Netizens bring up past interviews of actress Park Eun Bin.
Park Eun Bin has been steadily active in various works without any scandals for 28 years since she started as a child actress in 1996. In particular, her portrayal of autistic lawyer Woo Young Woo in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” caused a sensation worldwide, bringing attention once again to her acting principles and views on dating she mentioned in the past.
In 2008, Park Eun Bin appeared on a broadcast of SBS’s “Unanswered Questions” when she was a student and child actress. In the interview, she stated her belief in not giving up on both acting and studying, and the video of this interview once again spread in various online communities.
17-year-old Park Eun Bin in the video made her face known to the public and rose to stardom after starring in dramas such as “Empress Myeongseong”, “Sangdo”, “Glass Slippers” “My Love Patzzi” and “Country Princess”. However, her diligent and ordinary appearance, such as playing the flute during the waiting time for her shoots, was not much different from that of a high school student preparing for exams.
Despite carrying out both broadcasting and academic activities, Park Eun Bin has consistently grown as a model student by achieving excellent grades at school. According to the principles set by her mother, she refrained from appearing on TV during the first semester to focus on her school life so that she would not feel different from her peers.
Park Eun Bin said, “I can’t take classes again once they pass. That’s why I went to a private academy to get extra help”, adding, “If I can’t do what I love because of studying, then I’ll have to neglect one of them. But I don’t want to give up on either of them.”
In an interview after the drama “Hello, My Twenties!” ended, Park Eun Bin admitted that she had never dated before.
The actress shared, “People were all surprised, but it’s true that I’m born single. I tried to work hard in school, and I’ve never taken a break since I was five years old,” and “When I’m working on an acting project, I don’t even meet my friends. It’s to prevent any problems that could harm the work and production team.”
She added, “I don’t like the term ‘born single’ itself. Being single is not embarrassing, but adding the word ‘born’ to it makes people feel like there’s something wrong with them for no reason.”
As for her ideal type, Park Eun Bin said, “I like strong and pure men, a person who is caring. I hope he takes care of me more and is someone who makes me feel comfortable like a friend”.