Park Eun-bin, an actress specializing in playing queens in historical dramas?… She used to be a children’s clothing model, gag performer, and MC

The childhood of actress Park Eun-bin has been reviewed on a recent TV broadcast.

The August 11th broadcast of KBS 2TV’s “Entertainment Weekly” looked back on the past performances of actress Park Eun-bin.

Park Eun-bin, who recently caused the “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” Syndrome”, debuted as a children’s clothing model in 1996. She performed the gag skit “Rambling Man” on “Gag Concert” in 2002 and also served as an MC for a KBS program in 2003.

While working as a child actress, Park Eun-bin also showed off her perfect acting using Japanese. Receiving Best Young Actress at the KBS Drama Award for “The Iron Empress” in 2009, she said, “My first historical drama was ‘Empress Myeongseong’. Since then, I have starred in 4 historical series on KBS and become the queen three times.”

In 2021, Park Eun-bin transformed into Crown Prince Lee Hwi and dressed as a man in the drama “The King’s Affection”. With this work, she won a total of three awards, including the Popularity Award for Actress, Best Couple, and Top Excellence Award for Actress.

Source: nate

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