Happy Park Eun Bin Day: Discover the 5 best roles feat. “Lawyer Extraordinary Woo” and more


Eun Bin Park debuted at the age of five and starred in numerous television series as a child actress and younger version of various characters. She played her first leading role in the time travel romance “Operation Proposal” (2012). After “Operation Proposal”, Park returned to supporting roles until gaining recognition for her role in a youth casting series about a group of young women in their early twenties, “Hello, My Twenties !” in 2016 and its sequel in 2017.

Here are some of his best roles over the years:-

  1. Hello my twenties!

This is a slice of life about five girls who live together in a shared house called “Belle Epoque” and how they connect during the growing pains of their youth. It is based on the issues that younger generations are likely to face in South Korea. She played the role of Song Ji Won, a 2-year-old girl who majors in journalism and is an adventurous and eccentric roommate who claims to see ghosts. This is her most different role as she plays a comedic character who has no filter but does whatever she can for her friends.

  1. Hot Pans League

The drama follows The Dreams, a Korean professional baseball team that has ranked last in the league for the past four seasons. When their general manager quits, the team hires Baek Seungsoo, who has managed several championship-winning sports teams, as his replacement, although Seungsoo has no experience managing a baseball team. Faced with shrinking budgets, infighting between the coaching staff and a team deeply set in their ways, Seung-soo uses his outside insight and the help of COO Seyoung and Jaehee to disrupt the culture of Dreams. with the goal of creating a championship-winning team, despite the impending fact that every team he previously managed folded after winning the championship. She played the role of Lee Se Young, COO of The Dreams. She is the only female manager in the league and is very passionate about her team despite their bad luck. Although she has been working in this field for ten years, she never gives up.

  1. Do you like Brahms?

It’s a drama about the dreams and love of classical music students who find their own happiness while learning music. She played the role of Chae Song Ah. Despite her family’s opposition, Song Ah is accepted into the music school at the same university where she originally majored in business. As she is seven years older than her classmates, she finds her new college life intimidating and struggles to find strength. One day, she hears Joon Young performing “Träumerei,” which comforts her. She is a sweet and adorable girl who loves music as well as other students who love music. She makes the audience fall in love with her attitude!

  1. The affection of the king

The story is set in the Joseon Dynasty, at a time when twins were seen as an ominous sign. As a result, when the Crown Princess Consort gives birth to twins, an order is sent to kill the girl. To save her, she is secretly fired from the palace. A few years later, twin daughter Dam Yi returns to the palace to work as a maid. When the twin, Lee Hwi, loses his life due to mistaken identity, their mother, having recognized her daughter as court servant Dam Yi, persuades her to take Lee Hwi’s place. Although she distances herself from everyone, Yi Hwi (Dam Yi) begins to develop feelings for Jung Ji Woon, her original first love and later teacher from a noble family. She played the role of Yi Hwi/Dam Yi, who is a “happy go lucky” young prince who was killed due to mistaken identity. Dam Yi is the twin sister of Lee Hwi, who was eliminated at birth but saved from death by order of her mother. she worked in the palace as a court maid, but was forced to take on the title and responsibility of crown prince due to the death of her twin brother. She hides her true identity from everyone, as well as her affections to her first love.

  1. Extraordinary Prosecutor Woo

“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” tells the story of Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin), an autistic lawyer working at a large law firm. Lawyer Woo has an eidetic memory which makes her an excellent lawyer as she is able to perfectly remember laws and passages to manage her cases. Being different from his neurotypical peers, his way of communicating is initially perceived by the majority as strange and awkward and his strong emotional intelligence remains unrecognized. The show is constantly trying to shatter common misconceptions that people with autism lack “social skills” and “emotional intelligence.” It’s his best and most popular role right now, and for good reason. As seen in her previous dramas, she can possess any type of character and her latest role continued to prove her skills. Playing a lawyer on the autism spectrum isn’t easy, but she’s managed to craft a lovable character that many around the world adore.

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