Park Shin-hye stuns with flawless figure even after childbirth
Actress Park Shin-hye captured attention with her dazzling beauty as she transformed into a spring fairy.
On the 22nd, Park Shin-hye released a series of photos from a women’s clothing brand advertisement on her official SNS. In the photos, she wore bright pastel-colored outfits, including yellow and sky blue, and flaunted a chic yet elegant beauty with a short hairstyle that grazed her shoulders. In particular, she radiated a stunning beauty that did not seem like that of a mother, but rather that of a college student.
Fans who saw the photos sent enthusiastic responses such as “She’s truly a genius in her profession,” “Choi Tae-joon would fall in love with her again if he sees this,” “She has a perfect figure even after having a child, impressive,” and “Her gaze seems to have become even deeper.”
Prior to the release of her photo shoot, Park Shin-hye also shared news of her recent return to work. She has been cast in the new JTBC drama “Doctor Slump” (written by Baek Sun-woo, directed by Oh Hyun-jong, produced by SLL and High Hill Studio), which will air in the second half of this year. This marks her first time working with Park Hyung-sik in 10 years since “The Heirs.”
Park Hyung-sik plays the role of Yeo-jungwoo, a star plastic surgeon who falls into the worst slump of his life. After excelling as the top student throughout his school years and graduating from the best medical school in Korea, he becomes a “star doctor” with both skills and personality. However, due to a medical accident, he suddenly finds himself at the edge of a cliff.
Park Shin-hye returns as Nam Han-ul, a doctor and anesthesiologist who suffers from burnout syndrome. Known as a genius since birth, Nam Han-ul became obsessed with studying with her sharp brain and hard work. Even after becoming a doctor, she became an adult who was obsessed with work and had nothing else in life but studying and work. One day, she looks back at her own life, which is falling apart, and makes a resolution to make changes.
Park Shin-hye said, “I think everyone encounters a slump in their life. I empathized with the character ‘Nam Han-ul’ because I often think about how to overcome that moment wisely and live a healthy life. I felt more connected to the character because I could relate to the situations she faced. I will do my best during filming to comfort those who are tired of life.”
Meanwhile, Park Shin-hye got married to actor Choi Tae-joon in January of last year and gave birth to a son in May of the same year.