A multi-talented singer, actress and a TV presentor, what is the one thing Sandara has never tried?
Not everything was successful but I think I tried a lot like a being a singer, being a movie star, drama, host, radio DJ .. since music is the one thing I love the most I want to try writing lyrics to my own song someday.
Favorite Personal Heroine is?
I think its my fans, you know its interesting because I think 80% to 90% of my fans are women, like heroes they fight for their countries, but they (fans) fight for me all the time so I’m always touch and thankful, I love you guys!
The release date of the film ‘Cheese in the Trap’ [Production Mountain Movement Story / Directed by Kim Jae Young] has been decided.
According to a film official on the 22nd, distributor Little Big Pictures decided to distribute the movie ‘Cheese in the Trap’. The release date of the work was confirmed in early March.
The two Asian stars share their fond memories of the Philippines as well as their thoughts about stardom and friendship
ASIAN SUPERSTARS. Sandara Park and Mario Maurer grace the launch of Head and Shoulders Supreme, the new shampoo of the brand. All photos by Martin San Diego/Rappler
MANILA, Philippines – Everywhere they go, Sandara Park and Mario Maurer get loud cheers and screams from fans. After all, they are two of Asia’s top stars, with Sandara formerly part of the now defunct K-pop female group 2NE1 and Mario being a popular actor in his native country of Thailand.
Sandara Park, more popularly known as Dara, was a member of the now-disbanded girl group 2NE1, which recorded hits such as “Ugly” and “I Am the Best,” topping the charts in South Korea and overseas.
Sandara Park is shifting her focus to acting as she tries to evolve after her time spent as part of girl group 2NE1. With the release of her first lead movie role in “One Step” earlier this month, she is showing the world that she can be a chameleon and continue her already-successful career.
Her role in the music drama is that of a girl who loses her hearing after an accident and learns to enjoy music in her own way through color. She sat down with Ilgan Sports, an affiliate of the Korea JoongAng Daily to talk more about changes that have been making her life more diverse.
10Asia: You’ve been very busy for the promotion of your movie. Recently, you went to Busan.
Dara: Everything has been very interesting. I haven’t felt physically tired yet. (laughs)
10Asia: The VIP Premiere became a hot topic because a lot of people came. What did you talk about after the movie screening?
Dara: I was extremely nervous during that day. It was my first time doing something like that alone, and I haven’t tried inviting people like that before as well. I was worried that the movie theater would be empty, but a lot of people came. Someone gave me a bouquet, and it was difficult for me to hold it even with both hands. I really felt so lucky to be have good people around. They told me that everyone has a hard time at the beginning, but advised me to hold on because things will get better gradually.
Dara says she wants to release a solo album by the Summer!
During a cafe interview for her upcoming film ‘One Step‘, former 2NE1 member Dara opened up about the possibility of her solo album this year!
Behind-the-Scenes Highlights and 10 Things you want to know about Dara
MC: “You often give people a feeling that you’re kind, not fake and cute. What is the real you?
Dara: “Actually its quite like what you described. I’ve been a celebrity for 8 years and have always been the real me (Also, I can’t purposely create another different personality), the only thing thing that will surprise people is probably my shy and timid personality (laughs)!”
The August 2016 issue of L’Officiel Singapore turns the spotlight on identity, heritage, culture and all things Asian.