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He’s Beautiful Cast: Park Shin-Hye (Gemma) Photo
He’s Beautiful Korean drama tagalog version teleserye casts are all becoming controversial even if their boy band group (singing idol) was just some fictitious creation for the purpose of the said teleserye. Well, the most controversial of all cast of characters in (You’re Beautiful) a.k.a. He’s Beautiful by far is Park Shin-Hye a.k.a. Gemma, the keyboardist female who disguised herself to be a male in replacement to another male member who is having his time out of the country for treatment.
Park Shin-Hye is Gemma in He’s Beautiful and she will rock the world of the other band / group members especially when they learn that he is a she. See her profile bio and photo below. Her films and roles played to her personal information from birthday to school and movies. Also see a photo of Park Shin-Hye (Gemma) above, taken from www.asianmediawiki.com/
Sin-hye Park is was born on February 18, 1990 (birthday) while she grew in her birthplace in Paju, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. She studied in her high school years at Youngpa Girls High School.
Sin-hye Park may also be remembered to have portrayed as one of the evil twins in the Korean horror film with the same title “Evil Twin” back in 2007 for which I happen to have a DVD copy of. She also played in a movie titled Cyrano Agency this yearm, 2010 and another one back in 2006 titled, Love Phobia.
Television (TV) exposure since 2004 include: (source:www.asianmediawiki.com – Park Shin-Hye)
* A Woman Only Loves Once in a Lifetime | Yeojaneun Ilsaenge Dan Han Bun Saranghanda (MBC / 2010)
* He’s Beautiful! | Minamyisinyeoyo (SBS / 2009)
* Several Questions That Make Us Happy | Woorereul Haengbok Hake Myeot Kaji Chilmun (KBS2 / 2007)
* Prince Hours (MBC / 2007)
* Just Love | Kkakdoki (MBC / 2007)
* Seoul 1945 (KBS / 2006)
* Tree of Heaven | Cheonkukui Namu (SBS / 2006)
* Cute or Crazy | Nwiyeopkeona Michikeona (SBS / 2005)
* Not Alone | Honjaga Aniya (SBS / 2004)