Park Bo-gum looks splendid whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries does the TV actor have in his bag of tricks?
Film and television actor best recognized for his roles on shows like Blind, Hello Monster, and Reply 1988. He is also well recognized as the host of the KBS2 series Music Bank.
A performer early in life, he was five when he began learning piano. He eventually enrolled at Myongji University, studying in their film and musical studies department.
In 2016, he appeared on the Korean reality program Youth Over Flowers Africa.
He is the youngest of three siblings. His mother died when he was only in fourth grade.
He cohosts the South Korean music program Music Bank with Red Velvet’s Irene.
On “Reply 1988 Behind,” actor Park Bo Gum’s first meeting with the production team was aired. Before the team started filming the series, a production team member asked Park Bo Gum if he ever got plastic surgery. Park Bo Gum replied, “No, everything is original.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Park Bo-gum done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
“My father said, ’10 minus one is zero.’ It means that even if you do good things 10 times, it is no use when you do some bad thing once. But it doesn’t mean that I think I have positive image, so I always need to be careful about what I’m doing. I don’t want to frame myself.”Park Bo-gum
“Ultimately, I want to be a good person and spread happiness through my acting. If I don’t forget to be appreciative and thankful, then that would be the most important thing that I’ll ever achieve.”Park Bo-gum
“I learned playing cello in ‘Cantabile’ and Go in ‘Reply 1988.’ In ‘Moonlight Drawn by Clouds,’ I learned horse riding and Geomungo. It’s fun to learn new things.”Park Bo-gum
“I just try to stay focused and show the goodness in me to people.”Park Bo-gum
“When I was young, I really wanted to be a part of the end-of-year awards shows, but now that I’m actually there, it feels weird. I used to go to church and ended the year with a prayer, but now I spend it with people I’m not very familiar with at an award show, and I wonder if it’s something I should be doing.”Park Bo-gum