Park So-yi is a South Korean child actress who is well known for working movies, Spring, Again, The Hill of Wind, Hotel Lake, Deliver Us from Evil, Pawn, Unframed – Bandi, Vanishing, Switch, Jung_E, Taste of Horror – Tik Tok Tik Tok (Upcoming) and many more. She currently casts as young Yun Seo-hyun in ‘Jung_E’, which is a 2023 South Korean science fiction film written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho. The film features the final film appearance of Kang Soo-yeon who passed away ahead of its release. It premiered on January 20, 2023 on Netflix. Scroll down and read more about, Park So-yi Profile, Career, Net Worth, Education, Movies.
Park So-yi Profile | Career & Net Worth
Park So-yi age is 10 years old, as of 2023. She was born on March 12, 2012 in South Korea. As per her educational qualifications, she resides with her parents and younger brother and is enrolled in Dongmak Elementary School.
At the tender age of 6, Park made her debut on OCN television series Mistress (2018), and quickly gained notoriety with her role in South Korean film Deliver Us from Evil (2020). Her remarkable performance even earned a nomination for the Best New Actress award at the Baeksang Arts Awards.
Park mastered her audition and ranked #1 out of 300 competing actors when she tried out for the role of 9-year-old Seung-yi in Pawn (2020). On April 19th, 2021 YG Entertainment proudly announced Park had joined their cast.
When it come to her net worth, it is $1 M, at this very young age. She also earns from sponsors and advertisements. She was appointed as its first-ever endorsement model and muse after 21 years of business, in 2021. In various works, she has proven to be both stylish and cute, as well as a woman with rich emotions, which has earned her the title of “Little Muse” for the brand.
Park So-yi Education
- Attended an audition to play 9-year-old Seung-yi
- Dongmak Elementary School
Who Are Parents Of Park So-yi?
Park So-yi’s father and mother names are not known. She has kept her family life private, and has not revealed her parents’ names in any interviews or media appearances. This may be due to her desire to protect her family’s privacy, or due to legal reasons, since she is a celebrity and her parents may not want to be associated with her in the public eye.