Park Bo Young & Park Hyung Sik Dating: 'Strong Woman Do Bong Soon' Stars Reveal What They Find Lovable About Each Other
“Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” Park Bo Young has recently admitted that she has had her eye on Park Hyung Sik since his ZE:A days, causing many fans’ hearts to hope that there can be more to the on-screen pairing could lead to a real-life romance. Park Bo Young spoke fondly of her co-star in a recent interview and shared what she found most fun about the actor.
In a report by Soompi, Park Bo Young admitted to being a fan of ZE:A and said that she has been following the group since their early days. She said that one of the reasons they had a lot of fun on set was the games they would play where Park Hyung Sik would quiz her about ZE:A song titles. Park Hyung SIk would also perform the choreography to the songs when they would play it on set.
Park Bo Young has earlier shared that Park Hyung Sik was naturally aegyo, often singing his lines to her when they were rehearsing their scenes. She also said that he was very comfortable with her right away unlike Jisoo who maintained formal language with her up until the end.
Ji Soo continued to use a formal tone with me until the very end; however, Park Hyung Sik, talked to me informally right away and said ‘Bong Soon-ah, have you eaten yet?’,” Park Bo Young said. “They are charming in completely opposite ways.”
In a recent interview, Park Hyung Sik described his ideal type as someone who suspiciously sounds like Park Bo Young. He was reportedly flustered when the interviewer made the observation, which was completely out of character for the outgoing and charming actor,Kpopstarzreported. .
Like Park Bo Young, Park Hyung Sik was also utterly charmed by his co-star. He described Park Bo Young’s aura was all hearts and her unique charm makes everyone fall in love with her right away. Fans are hoping that their common admiration would end up in a real life romance, much like Nam Joo Hyuk and Lee Sung Kyung who fell in love on the set of “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo.”