Park Sung-hyun is an archer from South Korea who competed in two Olympic Games, winning three gold medals.
Her main source of income is a professional career as a archer which brings her great profits.
In 2001, Park competed in her first international archery competition and won the women's recurve title.
She made her olympic debut at the 2004 Summer Olympics, taking home gold in the women's individual and team competitions.
At the 2008 Summer Olympics, she added two more medals to her collection. She earned her third Olympic gold in the women's team event and then took home the silver medal as the women's solo event's runner-up.
Park excelled in a number of international contests throughout her career.
She was the first archer from South Korea to win gold medals at the Olympic, World, Asian, and Championship levels.
She held the record for the women's 72-arrow round from 2004 until 2015 and was the first recurve archer to score at least 1,400 points in a 144-arrow round.
She was ranked as the third-best Olympic archer of the 20th century and the best of all time in 2016 by the World Archery Federation.
Park Sung-hyun's net worth is currently estimated at $4.2 million.
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Park Sung-hyun is married to Park Kyung-mo.