Park Bo Young Reveals Why She Keeps Her Journal Safe And Fun, She Measures Reactions To Her Movies, And More


Park Bo Young opened up about his career, family, and more on “You Quiz on the Block”!

During tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block” broadcast on April 27, Park Bo Young appeared as a guest for the show’s “Your Diary” special.

Park Bo Young, who is an avid diary writer, explained that she started keeping a diary because she wanted to be good at interviews. The actress explained, “When I do interviews after a project is over, they’re done right after the dramas are filmed, but they’re done later for the movies because of post-production and I don’t care. remember any anecdote. [by then]. When journalists ask me for new stories and I rack my brains to tell a few, journalists say, “I saw that in an article”. After that, I started writing what happened.

She continued joking, “That’s how it started, but over time it became a hit list. There were a lot of questioning questions for self-reflection.

Park Bo Young also revealed that she keeps her treasured diary in a safe, explaining, “Since I write in it every day, there are a lot of good things, but I also write about sad and sad things. anger, so I thought of something disastrous. could happen [if it was released]. If a thief were to break into my house and this was published, I figured I could be in big trouble, so I put it in a safe.

She added: “That’s why I told my very close friend that if I had an accident, ‘You have to go to my house first and put the diary in the safe, no matter what. .'” Due to his concern about the diary being found, host Yoo Jae Suk asked, “Isn’t it better to burn them?” Park Bo Young replied, “I keep them [in the safe] since 2014 but I burned all those before.

Park Bo Young explained, “If my mom saw it, she might get upset, and I recorded all the hardships I endured while working.” Yoo Jae Suk asked, “Since you said you burned it, does it also contain swear words?” Park Bo Young made everyone laugh as she replied, “That’s right.” She jokingly added, “Before I die, I will burn my diaries and confirm that they have turned to ashes, then die.”

Finally, Park Bo Young unveiled the diaries she’s been keeping since 2014 for the very first time. In her diary, Park Bo Young recorded memorable moments like her visit to the Gummy concert, the birth of her first nephew, and more. Again.

Yoo Jae Suk mentioned that Park Bo Young’s brother-in-law is known to be a huge fan of her, so much so that he brought home a life-size portrait of the actress on his way home. Park Bo Young explained, “In winter, I was standing in front of a store. I was a soju model at the time. My brother-in-law was drunk and said, “My sister-in-law is cold. I have to take her somewhere warm. I’m sure the store manager thought he was a bad customer, but they told him to take it anyway. He said he laid me on my side in the taxi and took me home.

Park Bo Young hilariously continued, “My sister left me on the balcony. After my brother-in-law washed up and got out, he said, ‘Why did you put her on the balcony when I brought her in because it was cold? Leave it in the bedroom. I went to their house and I was there in their room.

The actress spoke in more detail about her close relationship with her two sisters, sharing, “I believe that I have personally received a lot from my older sister in the past, so I have a debt of gratitude where I want to do something. thing for her.”

Park Bo Young commented, “My hometown is Chungcheong Province. I had to come [to Seoul] alone but because my parents were worried they asked [my sister], ‘Can’t you go and stay with her?’ My older sister had no friends in Seoul, but she came with me. As I was very busy, she cooked and cleaned for me, did my laundry and made a lot of sacrifices.

She continued, “There was a time when my younger sister was really sick, so my older sister stopped everything she was doing in Seoul and went home to treat her. Honestly, I couldn’t thank her very much. I don’t know if it’s because we’re siblings, but it’s hard to sit her down and say, ‘UnitedThank you.'”

Park Bo Young tearfully added, “That’s why when my nephew was born, I wrote him a letter for the first time and gave my older sister a car. So that she can drive a car safely with her baby’s car seat. I think I expressed my feelings well then. By my letter. I can not say it [out loud] because I’m embarrassed.

“I think that [my sisters] are the strength that keeps me going,” she shared. “While I was organizing my diary, I found a letter that my younger sister had written to me. She wrote, “No matter what anyone says, to me you are the best actress.” Reading this yesterday, I bawled.

Later, Park Bo Young shared her hilarious tendency to find out the audience’s true reaction to her films. She said: “We are organizing screening tests before [film] going out, but since we invite people we know, they all say it’s fun. I wanted to feel the real answer, so I went among regular moviegoers.

She continued: “What I have definitely learned is that the toilet is where the harshest criticism comes out. I was once washing my hands when a movie buff said of my acting, “Isn’t she a little lame?” Park Bo Young made everyone laugh when he confessed, “I kept washing my hands thinking, ‘Was I so bad? Didn’t I do well?

Although his appearance has not yet been confirmed, Park Bo Young is said to star in early February in the upcoming drama adaptation of “Morning Comes to Psychiatric Wards Too” (literal translation), which will be directed by hit director Lee Jae Gyu. zombie series “All of Us Are Dead”.

tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block” airs every Wednesday at 8:40 p.m. KST.

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