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Despite being born in the early 80s, Sandara is known to top and beat other competitors in surveys, often with a large gap between their ages, thus earning herself the nickname "vampire" for her youthful skin and look.
Attesting to the quality of her skin, she was described to be a popular choice for both advertisers and consumers, who would be drawn to her clear and seemingly poreless face.
In 2012, she was announced to be one of the most beautiful women of her time (1980s).
Labeled a pioneer of unconventional trends, her first appearance in Lollipop sporting her 'palm-tree' hairstyle became the most famous and widely parodied style in 2009 and remains an iconic piece in K-pop.
The production team stated, "We think that Sandara Park has a unique strength that encompasses the emotions of the younger generation and the memories of the older generation.
We predict she will actively radiate new, never-before-seen charms." Through her involvement as YG Entertainment's public relations director, artists such as Akmu, Winner, i KON, and Lee Hi were able to perform on the show, and during an episode for which she wasn't present, friend and fellow actress Yoo In-na replaced her.
The video became popular for a kissing scene between the two performers, and the single topped South Korean music charts.
The group collaborated with label-mates Big Bang for the promotional single "Lollipop," before officially debuting with their first single "Fire." Park also made her solo Korean debut in 2009.The producer of the drama expressed the difficulty of casting an actress who could play the role, as the character's beauty was meant to overshadow characters played by actresses like Yoo In-na, Jang Na-ra, Yoo Da-in, and Seo In-young.It was because of In-na, who was close friends with Park, that they came in contact and the matter was resolved.Controversy arose when rude remarks directed at Park was made during MBC's Se Mo Bang: All Broadcasting in the World collaboration segment with Piki Pictures mobile variety team 'This is Real'.The concept was for the MCs to 'overhear' the constructive criticism of everyday netizens (picked by the 'This is Real' team) by separating the two groups with a thin wall.