Park Ji-yoon is a South Korean singer, actress, and model.
She rose to fame as a teen model after appearing in a Haitai biscuit advertisement in 1994.
The same year, she also had a small part in the television drama Dinosaur Teacher. Skyblue Dream, her first studio album, was released in 1997.
As part of Taewon Entertainment, Park's early career included the hit singles "Skyblue Dream," "Steal Away," "Precious Love," and "Don't Know Anything," and she was known for her endearing and youthful persona.
Park secured a contract with JYP Entertainment in 2000, and her fourth album, Coming-of-Age Ceremony, was published.
Her dramatic change garnered notice, and the lead single from the album with the same name became a signature smash for her.
After releasing two more albums with JYP, she took a six-year break in 2003.
Park has an MA in entertainment and culture from Kyunghee University and a BA in postmodern music from the same institution.
Various jobs bring her an excellent income.
Park Ji-yoon's net worth is currently estimated at $2.9 million.
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Park Ji-yoon is married to Cho Soo-yong since 2019.
Parents: Park Ji-yoon’s mother is Choi In-hwa.
Siblings: Park Ji-yoon has a sister named Park Yeon-joo.