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Park Bo Young Renews Contract with Current Agency

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2012.10.29 18:18 CJ E&M enewsWorld Choi, EunHwa Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Park Bo Young showed off her loyalty toward her agency, signing a new contract with the same company.

In an interview with enews held on October 29, Park Bo Young said, "I recently signed a new contract with my current agency. I knew I could trust the company because it believed in me and gave me strength when I was about to leave my acting career due to many difficulties."

Park Bo Young Renews Contract with Current Agency

She added, "I believe the most important thing in choosing my pieces and working together is trust. It helped me concentrate on my good works through endless communication, and so I want to continue this relationship and meet with my fans through a variety of pieces."

Kim Sang Yoo, head of The Company Entertainment, also told enews, "Park Bo Young is an actress who gives off great energy in her own color, so we decided to work with trust. We′ll continue to support her and help her become a good actress."

Park Bo Young debuted in 2006 through the EBS drama Secret Campus.

In 2007, she was loved for her appearances in King and I, Mackerel Run and A Witch in Love. In 2008, she debuted on the big screen with School E.T. and in the same year scored a huge success, gathering 8.3 million moviegoers with the film Scandal Makers. She rose to stardom that year but went on hiatus soon after due to her dispute with her former agency.

After signing with her new agency, she reappeared on the scene this year with the film Don′t Click and stars in the upcoming film A Werewolf Boy alongside Song Joong Ki, which is set to premiere on October 31.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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