Park Bom

Pop Singer

Park Bom was born in Seoul, South Korea on March 24th, 1984 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 39, Park Bom biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Park Bom (Korean – 박봄), Bom, Bommie, Jenny Park, Mini-Bom
Date of Birth
March 24, 1984
South Korea
Place of Birth
Seoul, South Korea
39 years old
Zodiac Sign
$20 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Singer
Social Media
Park Bom Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 39 years old, Park Bom has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Dark Brown
32-23-33" or 81-58.5-84 cm
Park Bom Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Gould Academy, Lesley University, Berklee College of Music
Park Bom Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Not Available
Not Available
Dating / Affair
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Park Go Eun (Sister) (Cellist)
Park Bom Life

Park Bom (born March 24, 1984), previously known mononymously as Bom, is a South Korean singer.

She is best known as a member of the South Korean girl group 2NE1. Park began her musical career in 2006, featuring on singles released by labelmates Big Bang, Lexy, and Masta Wu.

In 2009, she made her debut as a member of 2NE1 as the main vocalist.

Park has released two solo singles, "You and I" and "Don't Cry", which reached number one on the Gaon Digital Chart, the national music chart of South Korea.

She was awarded Best Digital Single at the 2010 Mnet Asian Music Awards. Following 2NE1's disbandment in 2016, Park left her group's agency, YG Entertainment, in November 2016.

In July 2018, she signed with D-Nation Entertainment and released her comeback single, "Spring", in March 2019.

Early life

Park Bom was born in Seoul, South Korea, on March 24, 1984. Her older sister, Park Go-eun, is a cellist. Whilst attending junior high school in the United States, she was diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


Park Bom Career


According to former YG executive and recording engineer Yang Hyun-suk, Park returned to South Korea to pursue a music career, and she auditioned for YG Entertainment, where she was accepted into the company after three years of auditioning. Park was diagnosed with lymphadenitis as a trainee at YG, but Park has continued to suffer from episodes of lymphadenitis ever since. "We Belong Together" and "Forever with U" were two of Big Bang's earliest singles in 2006. Park also appeared on "Baby Boy" from her third extended play Rush, and Red Roc on the single "Along My Way." She has also appeared in a string of Samsung Anycall promotional music videos of the same name, as well as Lee Hyori, G-Dragon, and Gummy. Park was ranked as the main vocalist of 2NE1, alongside CL, Dara, and Minzy. The group then collaborated with label-mates Big Bang on the album "Lollipop" before debuting on SBS' The Music Trend on May 17, 2009, where they performed "Fire" on May 17, 2009. The group's first extended play, "I Don't Care," earned them the Mnet Asian Music Awards' first overall winner, making them the first rookie group to win a daesang in the same year as their debut. The members took a break in August 2009 to refocus on individual interests after losing promotions for their debut single. On October 28, she launched "You and I," her first solo album "You and I" became a commercial hit and was named Best Digital Single at the 2010 Mnet Asian Music Awards.

Park appeared on GD& TOP's single "Oh Yeah" in late 2010, as well as the Japanese music video. On its first appearance, the single peaked at number two on the Gaon Chart. "Don't Cry" was her second solo digital single on April 21, 2011. On Instiz, the single was a huge success and earned a flawless all-kill, placing it at number one on seven local music charts. Park was featured on the song "Having an Affair" performed by G-Dragon and comedian Park Myeong-su in a duo project titled GG for the Infinite Challenge Music Festival this year. "In every song that her voice goes, it's a hit," the former singer said. Her voice is very good." The single was another hit, and it was the second most downloaded song of 2011. Bom & Hi, a nicknamed parker, established a sub-unit group in 2013. On December 17, the pair unveiled a cover of Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You." She appeared on the Japanese version of G-Dragon's single "Black" earlier this year.

Through international mail in the past, Park had been known to the public that it had been under scrutiny for drug smuggling (80 amphetamine-containing tablets). At Incheon International Airport customs, a parcel sent by family members residing in the United States was intercepted. The park was investigated but no one was charged. Yang Hyun-suk, the founder of YG Entertainment, spoke out against the allegations of preferential treatment. He said that the drug was illegal in South Korea but not in the United States. Due to her busy schedule, she was unable to travel to the United States at the time. Park contacted her doctor in the United States to refill her medications. Park sought medical attention from South Korean doctors and had undergone surgery, but her treatment in the United States was not as effective as her treatment in the United States. She had obtained her medical records from her US hospital revealing her diagnoses as well as the ongoing treatment program when she was examining. Park appeared on SBS's Roommate, a reality show that features eleven celebrities living in a shared house for the same year. Following the scandal, she stepped away from the program and into a hiatus from the entertainment industry.

Park's next appearance was on December 2, 2015, when he appeared with 2NE1 at the 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards. YG Entertainment revealed the dissolution of the company on November 25, 2016. Former Cle and Dara have also signed a solo deal, hinting at Park's departure from the firm. Park, on the other hand, appeared in 2NE1's last song, "Goodbye," which was released on January 21, 2017. She revealed on social media on April 30, 2017 that she is now under the Black Label of YG Entertainment, and that she is planning to debut a solo album. Park denied the press on May 1, 2017 and announced that no new deal had been signed by the corporation or any of their subsidiaries since the company's inception in November 2016. She posted a note on social media confirming that she did sign a contract and that she would return.

Park is said to have signed an exclusive deal with newly established entertainment company D-Nation Entertainment on July 20, 2018. In November, it was expected that she would debut five to six songs as well as international outreach. However, it was revealed on October 2, 2018, that the mini-album would rather be released around January 2019, and that Park would have a YouTube channel. Seungri's old labelmate will make her first small screen appearance in four years through YG Future Strategy Office, which stars former labelmate Seungri. Park appeared in the series's third episode, "Music Business," which premiered on Netflix on October 5, 2018.

"Spring" was announced on February 15, 2019, as the lead single off her debut single off her debut single album of the same name, which was released on March 13, 2019, as the premiere of its music video. The album was released by Brave Brothers and was described as a "R&B song of moderate tempo." Dara Pardue's vocals appear on "Spring" as well as Park's former groupmate Dara. During Spring's showcase performance, which took place on the same day as its unveiling, the artist appeared for the first time. "Spring" debuted as the top-selling K-pop song and the highest-charting new entry of the week on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart. On May 2, 2019, spring was re-released as an extended play titled re:Blue Rose. The lead single, "4:44," was produced by the Brave Brothers once more, with Wheein's vocals added to the mix. Perfume's first soundtrack appearance, "I Do, I Do," was released on July 1, 2019. On July 20, 2019, she held her first fanmeet, billed as "Spring Everest." Park appeared in Mnet's reality television competition Queendom, which first aired on August 29, 2019. She has recorded three singles during her reign in the sport: covers of "Hann (Alone)" by former labelmate Taeyang, as well as an original song entitled "Wanna Go Back" in which Cheetah performed vocals. She came in last place in the competition. Park was later featured in MC Mong's "Chanel," which was released on October 29, 2019. She rejoined Dara for the single titled "First Snow," which was released on December 10, 2019.

Park returned from a year-long hiatus with "Red Light," a project with Sai Sai Kham Leng, on December 21, 2020. On March 31, 2021, she released "Do Re Mi Fa Sol," which features vocals from Changmo. Park released a single named "Flower" on March 11, 2022, starring Kim Min-seok of MeloMance.


K-pop star Park Bom shocks fans with drastically different appearance after denying plastic surgery: 'We can't even recognise you any more!', December 27, 2023
In recent selfies posted on social media, a South Korean pop star has stunned followers by appearing almost unrecognizable. Park Bom, 39, who rose to fame in the K-pop girl group 2NE1 in 2009, portrayed her distorted images in a series of new photos that prompted her Instagram followers to question whether or not she'd undergone plastic surgery, or is using too many filters. The singers in the pictures appear to have much bigger eyes than before, as well as a fuller pout.
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