Sandara Park Trending Matapos Mag Filipino Accent sa Isang Korean TV Show

Sandara Park’s career has gone so far from where she first started doing TV stints and commercials in the Philippines, to being a member of one of the most iconic Korean Pop (K-Pop) girl group “2NE1” who gained international fame and popularity among their generation setting the bar for quality Korean music in the industry.


Sandara Park is a South Korean descent who grew up in the Philippines. Because of this, Sandara has adapted two languages—Korean and Filipino. She is a fluent speaker of Filipino as well that’s why many fans loved her so much when she first started in a talent search hosted by ABS-CBN, called “Star Circle Quest”. Her career began when she made it to the Top 4 of the talent competition and became a love-team with Joross Gamboa.


She also made many commercials in the Philippines with the shampoo brand “Rejoice” being her most well-known of all because of the catchy jingle “Sumusunod” where the Korean star first exhibited her skills in singing and dancing.


In early 2009-2010, Sandara was introduced again when the Korean girl group 2NE1 rose to fame with their hit songs “Fire” and “I Don’t Care” dawning the age of K-POP in domination of music in the Philippine tracks. The success of 2NE1 brought so much recognition all over the world with multiple shows and international tours performed by the girl group.


Because of this, Sandara Park’s name was back on track with many Filipino fans adoring the cute and bubbly “Dara” that they have always known.


Dara also apparently dated “Big Bang” member G-Dragon, who later on appeared on the news dating a new girl from “Black Pink”, Jennie.


Sandara also made an appearance on It’s Showtime way back, where she showed her fans that she can still speak in Filipino fluently complete with the Filipino accent that all Pinoys have!


On a recent TV show in South Korea, Dara along with fellow hosts and guests Eun Jiwon, Suwon, and Mino played a game where each of them need to finish a four syllable word.


Dara’s word was “automatic” which has a Korean Romanization “otomaetik”. And instead of saying it the Korean way, Dara pronounced the word with Filipino accent and explained that that is how they say it in the Philippines.


Many of the fans were delighted that Dara hasn’t forgotten her Filipino roots and culture despite many years of being back and forth in South Korea.

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