Actress Park Bo Young’s Personality Trait Makes Co-Worker Concerned For Her Mental Health


Actress Park Bo Young is gaining attention after the actors and director of her new K-Drama mentioned her true personality in a recent interview.

Actress Park Bo Young | @boyoung0212_official/Instagram

On November 1, actors Park Bo Young, Yeon Woo Jin, Jang Dong Yoon, Lee Jung Eun, and director Lee Jae Gyu attended the press conference for the new Netflix K-Drama Daily Dose of Sunshine.

Actors Jang Dong Yoon, Park Bo Young, Lee Jung Eun, and Yeon Woo Jin | @netflixkr/Instagram

During the press conference, Lee Jae Gyu expressed admiration for Park Bo Young, who played the main role. He complimented her big heart but also expressed his worry that it would affect her mental health.

She cares more about others than herself. I was worried that she might get hurt emotionally. If she’s too considerate to people, it can lead to mental illnesses.

— Director Lee Jae Gyu


He continued that the character Park Bo Young plays in Daily Dose of Sunshine is also someone who puts others first—just like the actress. However, the character was “one-upped” by Park Bo Young.

Da Eun (the character played by Park Bo Young) also believes it’s more important for patients to be comfortable than for herself to be comfortable. There was a moment when I saw Park Bo Young and felt she one-upped Da Eun.

— Director Lee Jae Gyu

Park Bo Young as Jung Da Eun in “Daily Dose of Sunshine” | Netflix

Actor Yeon Woo Jin added that Park Bo Young was just like her character, Jung Da Eun, and shared behind-the-scenes anecdotes about what the sweet actress did for the staff while filming.

I think Park Bo Young was the essence of Jung Da Eun. While shooting, we spent the holidays and Christmas together. She became Santa Claus for us, cooked food for us on holidays, and prepared gifts by hand, giving us a lot of healing.

— Yeon Woo Jin

“Daily Dose of Sunshine” poster | Netflix

Based on the webtoon of the same name, Daily Dose of Sunshine is a Netflix series that depicts the diverse stories of nurse Da Eun, who works in psychiatry for the first time, encountering the world and the hearts of people with mental pain. It is set to premiere on Netflix on November 3.

 That’s just who she is. 

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