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Article: Head & Shoulders Launches its Suprême Series with Moroccan Argan Crème with Sandara Park and Mario Maurer

Head & Shoulders Launches its Suprême Series with Moroccan Argan Crème for Lusciously Soft, Luxuriously Moisturized 100% Dandruff Free Hair

Most women think that soft and dandruff-free hair is an impossible combination to have. For the longest time, it was widely accepted that having a healthy scalp also meant living with dry hair—that anti-dandruff shampoos were harsh for your hair.

 

Now, all that is in the past with a scientific breakthrough from Head & Shoulders, a pioneer in scalp health development and the world’s number one anti-dandruff shampoo brand, as they launch the new premium Head & Shoulder Suprême  Series Shampoo and Conditioner with Moroccan Argan Crème in the Philippines—a first of its kind.

 

Head & Shoulders’ latest innovation fuses its scalp-to-tip know-how with brand new ingredients to create a product that answers what women want and need — beautiful, deeply moisturized, soft AND dandruff-free hair. The Head & Shoulders Suprême  Series with Moroccan Argan Crème comes in two variants: Head & Shoulders Suprême Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner infused with orchid perfume; and Head & Shoulders Suprême  Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner, made with honey.

 

Head & Shoulders Suprême Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner leaves the hair touchably soft and intensely moisturized from root to tip. On the other hand, Head & Shoulders Suprême Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner leaves hair feeling super soft and smooth leaving locks perfectly polished all day. Both variants are infused with Argan crème and made with micro zinc technology that makes lusciously soft and 100% flake-free* hair a reality.

 

Designed to be used with the shampoo, the new Head & Shoulders Suprême Conditioner, contains Behentrimonium Chloride (BTMAC) or Better Targeting Magnetic Attraction Compound which targets damaged areas on the hair fibre for better conditioning. BTMAC is a dual-functional molecule that helps restore the cuticle, gives softness to the hair, and enables ease of combing while retaining moisture for up to 24 hours. The conditioner is also blended with rich alcohols for enhanced conditioning benefits, and 0.5% ZPT for enhanced scalp benefits.

 

Head & Shoulders’ scientists have long known that an unhealthy scalp leads to unhealthy hair. In fact, scratching alone can cause damage to the hair fibre resulting to dull, lack-lustre strands. Specifically, it was shown that oxidative stress leads to having an unhealthy scalp which then grows unhealthy hair. The best thing is that the new Head & Shoulders Suprême Series’ formula combines micro zinc technology and argan crème to effectively combat oxidative stress.

 

Saint Tiu, Principal Scientist, P&G Hair Care Asia Pacific comments; “Research from Head & Shoulders reveals that an unhealthy scalp compromises the hair surface and effects how hair develop, meaning unhealthy hair is born from an unhealthy scalp.  An unhealthy scalp will breed unhealthy new hair with damaged cuticles from the point at which the hair emerges, causing hair to be dry, dull and rough.  With new Head & Shoulders Suprême with Argan Crème, scientists are able to give women beautiful, nourished and smooth hair, while at the same time caring for their scalp.”

 

The Head & Shoulders Suprême Moisture Series has a blend of floral and fruity notes for a great scent right from opening the bottle. Its brand new packaging design includes its iconic swan-shaped shampoo bottle and never-been-see-before new tube-shaped conditioner bottle holds a lot of promise for users.

 

No less than Sandara Park, Chie Filomeno, Janina Manipol, An Estrada, En Estrada, Michelle Dy, Cha Ocampo, Haley Dasovich, and Kianna Dy have been named as the new Head and Shoulders Suprême Ambassadors. These women show everyone that lusciously soft, dandruff-free hair is now possible. Equally proud of their dandruff-free hair are fellow ambassadors Mario Maurer, Nico Bolzico, Jeron Teng.

 

“I’ve always wanted to keep my hair flake-free, but anti-dandruff shampoos could be harsh on the hair. I’m so happy with Head & Shoulders Suprême! It’s given me super-soft, beautiful and clean hair while leaving my scalp healthy,” said Sandara.

 

“I’m amazed at how my hair is so clean, without being dry and stringy. I didn’t know this was possible,” concluded Sandara.

 

Purchase Head & Shoulders Suprême is available in all major supermarkets, sari-sari stores, drugstores, and convenience stores nationwide, as well as on ecommerce at http://www.lazada.com.ph/head-and-shoulders-official-store/

 

For more information about Head & Shoulders, visit www.headandshoulders.ph and follow Head & Shoulders on Facebook.

A grand blue argan forest has arrived at the Green Sun in Makati for the grand launch of the all NEW Head and Shoulders Supreme series.

The grand reveal of the all NEW Head and Shoulders Supreme series with Moroccan Argan Crème, along with international stars Sandara Park and Mario Maurer last October 10 at the Green Sun, Makati.

Head and Shoulders International and Philippines’ Ambassadors at the #1010 Supreme Party last October 10 at the Green Sun, showing off their lusciously soft and 100% dandruff free hair.

L-R: Nico Bolzico, Janina Manipol, Chie Filomeno, Sandara Park, Mario Maurer, Haley Dasovich, Michelle Dy, Cha Ocampo, and Jeron Teng.

P&G Senior Scientist Ryuhei Morita who flew all the way from Singapore, demonstrates the effectiveness of Head and Shoulders Supreme series with Moroccan Argan Crème along with international stars Sandara Park and Mario Maurer.

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Article: Manila Bulletin’s Interview with Sandara Park and Sanghyun Park on their Food Trip in PH

Dara, Thunder embark on ‘Food Trip’ in PH

‘I am really happy but it’s like, for me, I feel awkward (because she’s family).’ – Thunder

Korean entertainment channel tvN Asia will air a new original TV production this month focusing on several Asian countries including the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia.

 

Park siblings Dara (right) and Thunder pose for a photo after their interview with Bulletin Entertainment (mb.com.ph)

 

Park siblings Dara (right) and Thunder pose for a photo after their interview with Bulletin Entertainment

K-pop stars and real-life siblings Sandara Park, or Dara, and Thunder team up against TV host Grace Lee and radio DJ Sam YG in the Philippine leg of “One Night Food Trip-International Edition.” Premiering Oct. 10, it is a travel-food TV program featuring Korean and Filipino celebrities.

The two teams will travel separately to two Philippine destinations and complete missions involving local food, culture and attractions within 48 hours. Once a team completes a mission, they get a chop or stamp on their “One Night Food Trip” passport. The team that gets the most chops will win and get a golden passport.

The international edition is different from the Korean TV show of the same name as each team is required not just to eat but accomplish other missions.

In an exclusive one-on-one interview with Bulletin Entertainment, Dara and Thunder talked about the new TV show, the Philippines and their career.

For the first time, the two are working together on the same TV show through “One Night Food Trip-International Edition.”

“Actually I met him a few times (on TV shows) but this is the first time that we’re doing a show together. I am very excited. I was waiting for this chance to come. It’s been like eight years that we started working in Korea. After eight years, it’s our first time together,” Dara said.

Thunder said, “I am really happy but it’s like, for me, I feel awkward (because she’s family). It’s hard” to which Dara replied “I understand.”

This is also a homecoming for Thunder as he has not visited the Philippines in 10 years.

“One Night Food Trip-International Edition” proved to be a challenge for Dara.

“This TV show is very famous for eating a lot. We have to eat a lot and get the stamp. Honestly wala akong balak na sumali sa mga food shows kasi we have very small appetite. So I know what’s gonna happen. The only reason I said yes was because I was with him and the second reason is that we’re coming to the Philippines so I said ‘OK. Go!’” she explained.

Dara said the international edition is different from the Korean version as “it’s all in English.”

“They’re choosing people from K-pop or Korean industry who can speak English. I think it’s nice and it will be shown in 10 Asian countries. I’m really excited for Asian fans to watch us,” she added.

‘One Night Food Trip-International Edition’ presscon at Chaos of City of Dreams Manila with (from left) Geoff Andres, property president, City of Dreams Manila; Anne Chan, chief operating officer of CJ E&M Hong Kong; Thunder; Dara; Grace Lee; Sam YG; Charo Lagamon, Cebu Pacific director of corporate communication; and Arnold Gonzales, OIC media relations of the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) Philippines. (mb.com.ph)

‘One Night Food Trip-International Edition’ presscon at Chaos of City of Dreams Manila with (from left) Geoff Andres, property president, City of Dreams Manila; Anne Chan, chief operating officer of CJ E&M Hong Kong; Thunder; Dara; Grace Lee; Sam YG; Charo Lagamon, Cebu Pacific director of corporate communication; and Arnold Gonzales, OIC media relations of the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) Philippines.

Before becoming K-pop stars in Korea, the two siblings studied and spent many years in the Philippines.

“Before I was just a high school student so my life was very simple before I joined showbiz. (Thunder) doesn’t remember anything because he was 12 or 13 when he left (the Philippines). We only remember school, siomai, Jollibee. But for me, alam nyo naman na I’m here every month. Parang second home ko na ’to,” Dara said.

Asked what’s his fondest memories of the Philippines, Thunder, who studied in a Chinese school in Pasay City, said, ““For me, when I went to my sister’s (‘Star Circle Quest’ grand finals in 2004). I was in the audience. The second thing was I was a member of the badminton varsity. I always got a medal.”

As for their favorite Filipino food, Dara named sinigang na hipon, sisig while Thunder mentioned Chickenjoy and pizza.

Asked to name places in the Philippines they want to visit, Dara said, “I think I’ve visited all parts of the Philippines during mall shows. Siguro some parts of Mindanao. I went to Davao before and Batanes.” Thunder said he wants to go to Boracay.

Dara is now a solo artist after 2NE1 and she’s currently on three Korean TV shows.

“I have three regular TV shows in Korea (including ‘Get It Beauty’). Busy ako dun kasi every week ang taping. I’m trying to make some new music, too,” she said.

For Thunder, “I’m working on my new songs. I’m just composing,” adding that he will star in the Korean-Indonesian movie “Forever: Holiday In Bali” for screening this year.

He will also release a new song soon.

“Our company’s trying for a new song (to release) in October. If it’s a little late, it’s November,” he said.

Overall, The Park siblings are excited and very happy to be on “One Night Food Trip-International Edition.”

“So many fans supported us. Abangan nyo ’yung show namin kasi it’s our first time na makikita nyo na magkasama kami in the Philippines. We tried so many Filipino food. We’ll be showing some beautiful parts of Palawan and Manila,” said Dara.

 

Credit

Source: Manila Bulletin

Article: FTISLAND’s Lee Hong Ki and Sandara Park Reveal Secrets And Struggles Of Hallyu Stardom

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On a recent episode of JTBC’s “Let’s Eat Dinner Together,” MCs Kang Ho Dong and Lee Kyung Kyu were joined by FTISLAND’s Lee Hong Ki and Sandara Park in Tokyo.

The two MCs worried that they wouldn’t be able to film properly once fans started gathering after recognizing the two popular Hallyu stars; however, the MCs were surprised when people came up to Lee Hong Ki and asked him if he was Jang Geun Suk.

Lee Hong Ki revealed sadly, “I sometimes get mistaken for actor Jang Geun Suk [in Japan].”

When the MCs asked Sandara Park, who used to actively promote in the Philippines, what the secret was to best learn a foreign language, she frankly replied, “If you date using that country’s language, you can learn that language very, very quickly. I’m almost a native speaker at this point.”

Meanwhile, Sandara Park has been busy with variety show appearances as well as her own YouTube channel through which she uploads episodes of “Dara TV.”

 

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Article: What’s next for Sandara Park?

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Sandara Park, more popularly known as Dara, was a member of the now-disbanded girl group 2NE1, which recorded hits such as “Ugly” and “I Am the Best,” topping the charts in South Korea and overseas. Besides singing, Dara, who was born on Nov. 12, 1984, also pursues a career as an actress. She earned a Best Actress award at the K-web festival for her role in Dr. Ian. Her beauty landed her a role as a TV host on a program called Get It Beauty and she has also expanded her career outside Korea, especially in the Philippines, as a judge on the Pinoy Boyband Superstar talent show. The Jakarta Post’s Nurul Fitri Ramadhani got the chance to talk to the singer-actress at her agency, YG Entertainment, in Seoul.

What is it like being an idol in Korea?

It’s fun to be an idol in Korea because nowadays, K-pop is really big all over the world, so it’s really nice to have fans all over the world and to travel to different countries. But I also miss being in the Philippines. But it’s okay, because I keep going back and forth to the Philippines.

Why did you want to become a celebrity and join the entertainment industry?

Actually at first I just wanted to be famous. That’s what I said during the audition. I said I wanted to be famous and I wanted to have many fans. That’s it. And I think I was 8 years old when I first wanted to be a star. I saw someone on TV who was dancing and singing and it was YG [Yang Hyun-suk], our boss. I said ‘Wow! I also want to be just like him,’ and now here I am so it’s like a dream come true for me.

Do you know that K-pop and Korean dramas are very popular not only in Korea but also in the Philippines, Indonesia and over the world?

I don’t know, I really want to know. As a Korean, I’m really happy. Maybe it’s because the training system in Korea is really great, so when we’re on stage, we’re really ready, we know what to do. So, I think that’s the reason but I don’t know why exactly. I really want to know and I am very happy and hopefully fans keep supporting K-pop and K-drama forever.

What’s the hardest part about the entertainment industry? And how do you survive it?

I think there are many hard things of being a celebrity. One of them is that I’m not sure about my future. One day I can be famous, but I don’t know what is going to happen to me tomorrow. Before, I was afraid to lose my fans, to be forgotten, but I think I really have to try harder and harder and be a good example, so that they know what to do, especially the little kids who want to be singers or actresses.

How do you feel about the fact that nowadays, there are a lot of new K-pop idols and they’re very young? How do you see the phenomenon growing into the future?

I think I am old, because, well, I can’t memorize their names but I watch TV and Oh they’re really good, they’re young, but, who are they? I am old, but I am really proud of them and they’re really good. I think they’re better than us in some parts but we were still trained better.

You’ve just launched Dara TV. Please tell us about it.

Yes, I just launched the YouTube channel. I just want to show them how my daily life is, what I do when I don’t go to work and I want to show them the tourist Dara, for example tourist Dara in Manila, tourist Dara in Jakarta. So, I just want to keep in touch with my friends.

So, you’ll travel to cities all over the world?

Hopefully yes. I want to travel around the world.

What’s your plan for the future? Are you going to make a solo album or a new drama?

I just finished shooting the movie version of ‘Cheese in the Trap’ [A popular TV drama in Korea]. We’ll just have to wait for the premiere. I want to make my solo album as soon as possible. I cannot promise anything right now, but I am trying to meet some producers and get some songs together. I love acting, but I really miss performing on stage.

Who are the Korean stars that you’d like to work with in the future?

I don’t know. There are so many handsome boys over there. For me, Won Bin is still the best. Who else? And I want to work again with Park Hae-jin because when I worked with him, I saw a different side of him. I thought he was very smooth and gentle, but on the stage I saw his charisma. He’s really a good singer. But I also want to work with some new people.

 

 

 

 

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Information: Dara to Star in a New Vampire Movie – “The Last Night of the Year” 107년째 밤?

Yes! It looks like our Darong will be starring in a new movie and guess what the concept photos show? It’s going to be a vampire movie! Will our dreams finally come true?

We have been seeing posts regarding Movie 107년째 밤 for a while now. This can be translated to “The Last Night of the Year”. Recently, the Director/Writer of the movie, Won Jun Lee updated his instagram saying that he is now starting new work with Actress Sandara Park. Judging from his instagram, we can see some concept photos of movie 107년째 밤 and it looks like it is going to be a vampire movie. We believe that this is a YG/YGKPlus movie production with most of the staff and actor/actresses coming from YGKPlus. From our research, we believe the actors/actresses in the movie, while unconfirmed, are Sandara Park, Kang Seunghyun, Kim Hee Jeong, Lee Seung Mi, Kang Hui, and Lee Se A. While we don’t have a lot of information about the upcoming movie, we are truly excited for it.

While still not confirmed 100%, check out the tweets and instagram posts below!

Are you guys as excited as us?

“Start of a new work. With “Actress Sandara”. #Actress #SandaraPark #Movie #actor #movie #dara #sandarapark

Movie 107년째 밤 main characters Sandara Park and Model Kang Seunghyun-nim stretching

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Article: Sandara Park Clarifies Rumors Surrounding 2NE1’s Disbandment

On March 30, Sandara Park opened up about 2NE1’s disbandment during an interview for her upcoming movie “One Step.”

The actress said, “About three years in, I realized it wouldn’t be possible for 2NE1 to last forever and worried about it. It was really sad when our disbandment became a reality since we had been together for 10 years.”

“Even up until a couple months ago, I was just always at home. But now, the members come to show their support for me, like they did yesterday. So now it just feels like we just won’t be promoting together for a while and I’ve been able to work happily again.”

In response to a question about rumors of bad blood between Gong Minzy, who left 2NE1 in April of 2016, and the other members, Sandara Park clarified, “If you only know about what happened through news articles, I think it’s easy to misunderstand what happened. But we haven’t really noticed a huge change in our own personal relationships.”

She continued, “Although Gong Minzy couldn’t come to the exclusive screening event for ‘One Step’ due to schedule conflicts, she has been supporting me. I started learning how to play guitar when I was a trainee after watching the Japanese movie “Midnight Sun.” Gong Minzy told me at the time that playing the guitar fit me and that’s when I realized that she was a friend that really knew me well.”

Source: Soompi

Q. “One Step” is your first ever Korean film. Don’t you feel pressure about debuting as a movie actress?
Sandara: I didn’t feel any pressure about it because I tried my best at every moment and I was confident in myself. However, I couldn’t sleep well after having a movie premiere yesterday. I don’t know why, but I was so nervous.

Q. CL and Park Bom attended the movie premiere. What did they tell you about the movie?
Sandara: I was so happy because they said my singing has improved a lot.

Q. How about Minzy? She didn’t attend the movie premiere.
Sandara: Even though she couldn’t attend the event due to her busy schedule, she called me to support me. There seems to be some misunderstanding, by the way. Some people say there was some discord among us when Minzy left 2NE1. It’s not true. We’re still in a good relationship.

Q. Tell me about the breakup of 2NE1. Didn’t you have any choice except to disband the team?
Sandara: Actually, I’ve been thinking about it since we were a 3rd-year girl group. I didn’t want to part with them, but I knew we have to say good bye one day or other. It was very sad to part with them because we’ve been great friends for about 10 years.

Q. So, as a solo artist, will you focus on your activities as an actress?
Sandara: No, even though 2NE1 has been disbanded, I will still sing. I will sing and act at the same time, and that’s why I’m preparing for my solo album.

Q. Tell me about your solo album.
Sandara: I think my solo songs will be totally different from 2NE1’s songs. I want to try different things. For example, I want to sing very cheerful dance music. I hope I will release the album this summer.

Q. Don’t you feel pressure to achieve a success as a solo artist?
Sandara: When I was a member of 2NE1, so many people came to our concert. However, it seems like many people don’t even know about my movie. Well, I’m just trying to be positive. I’m not sure I can become as popular as 2NE1, but I know life is a succession of failures. I’ll challenge myself and never give up.

Q. There are some people who say you have poor acting skills.
Sandara: I think it’s because of my high voice tone, and it’s true I was once frustrated when I heard such a criticism. Actually, when 2NE1 released a ballad music, my part was very small because music producers said my voice tone didn’t fit such a music. So I tried to lower my voice tone, but it was not easy. However, I’ve changed my mindset after 2NE1 was disbanded. As I said, I’m trying to be positive, and I’ll try to strengthen my strength instead of worrying about my weakness.

Q. Your new movie “Cheese in the trap” will begin shooting in April. Tell me about the movie.
Sandara: As it was already made into a drama last year, I think we need to make it into a totally new version. The director of the movie wanted me to be myself, and I’ll try to show real me in the movie. I’m really looking forward to the movie.

Source: KpopBehind

Article: Dara Says 2NE1 Will Reunite One Day

Dara talked about the possibility of 2NE1 reuniting together.

During an interview with Ilgan Sports, she was asked about returning to life as a solo artist. Dara said, “It’s a really big change. Usually for these interviews it’d be all four of us, and it can get burdensome to come by myself. I felt that I was alone because of the little things. Even just a few months ago, I was lonely. I always hid behind CL, and I was scared to do things by myself without a leader.

However, she was optimistic and said, “I think it’s a step toward change. To be honest, you can’t be together as a team when you’re old women. I did think that one day, things would turn out like this. Also, I think we’re just temporarily working separately and that this isn’t the end. Nowadays, you see sunbaenims coming back together. I’m looking forward to that and waiting for it.

In other news, Dara recently made her film debut in ‘One Step‘, which Park Bom and CL made sure to show their support for.

Source: Allkpop

Translation: Sports Chosun: [Interview 1] Sandara Park “‘Only Became an Actress Because 2NE1 Disbanded’ Feelings of Prejudice, Upset”

Sports Chosun: [Interview 1] Sandara Park “‘Only Became an Actress Because 2NE1 Disbanded’ Feelings of Prejudice, Upset”


Actress Sandara Park (33) from girl group 2NE1, gave her sincere thoughts for her first film debut.

In the musical movie, “One Step,” Sandara Park plays a character who has colored hearing. In an interview with Sports Chosuin on the morning of the 30th at Sinsa-dong, Gangnam, Seoul, she revealed recent activities and things behind-the-scenes.

Sandara Park made her debut in the entertainment industry through an audition program, ABS-CBN “Star Circle Quest” in the Philippines. After activities in the Philippines as a singer and actress, she signed an exclusive contract with YG Entertainment in 2007 and started her domestic activities in the country.

In 2009, Sandara Park debuted in 2NE1 along with the other three members. In 2009, she appeared in the SBS drama “The Return of Iljimae.” In 2015, she starred in the web dramas “Doctor Ian,” “We Broke Up,” and “Missing Korea” and also appeared in the KBS2 drama, “Producers.” Recently, she just finished her first movie, “One Step and was casted in the movie “Cheese In the Trap,” cementing her position in the acting industry. With the disbandment of 2NE1, it seems that her activities as a singer has come to a standstill, at the same time that her career as an actress has started in earnest.

Sandara Park said, “Yesterday (the 29th), I couldn’t sleep because of the movie premiere. The 2NE1 members came to watch the movie and they said, ‘Your singing improved a lot!’ and I was really happy for the praise they gave,” she continued, “There wasn’t really a big burden when we were shooting and up until recently about my first movie work. Although this was my first movie here, but when you arrive at the shooting site, all movie shoots have similar systems. I had faith and believed in myself because I worked hard each and every moment. I didn’t feel pressured about this movie being the first where I was the lead female star, but strangely enough, I was totally nervous yesterday.”

She said, “It seems that actors who are former singers are divided into two kinds. There are some who concentrate on acting and stop focusing on being a singer, and then there are people like me who want to challenge themselves and want to get into both singing and acting. More than anything else, I debuted as a singer and I didn’t want to erase that image even as I go into acting. So musical movies or musical drama styles hold a certain attractive charm to me.”

Furthermore, she revealed, “Although 2NE1 disbanded already, I still want to continue being a singer. Recently, I’ve heard a lot of talk around me, asking questions like, ‘Is it because 2NE1 disbanded that you turned into an actress?’ Whenever I hear this kind of talk, I feel really upset. I want to go further into acting, but I also want to continue singing. So this time, I’m revealing that I’m preparing for a solo album.”

Sandara Park, who is preparing for a solo album, revealed, “I think that I’ll be headed into a completely different direction from 2NE1’s music. I had this idea that I should do something that’s different from what I can do if I’m with the members. I want to do interesting and fun music. I want to do bright music. I want to do a cheerful dance song that will make everyone want to ‘put your hands up!'”

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Source:Sports Chosun

Translated by: BlackjackBelle@WeLoveDara

Article: Dara Says She Wants to Release a Solo Album by the Summer

During a cafe interview for her upcoming film ‘One Step‘, former 2NE1 member Dara opened up about the possibility of her solo album this year!

Dara said, “I feel like [the solo album] should be within this year, but I haven’t talked about it with my label CEO yet.” 

She continued, “When an article about a solo album comes up, I think my label CEO will call me and go, ‘What’s this?’ I’d like for it to be released this summer. There hasn’t been any talk of it so far.”

Dara also talked about starting anew by herself, outside of 2NE1. “I was able to live comfortably as a member of 2NE1. From now on, I have to march out to the battlefield on my own. I will live headstrong in the harsh world. It’s time to live the 3rd chapter of my life,” she shared.

Meanwhile, ‘One Step’ premieres in theaters this April 6.

Source: Allkpop

Article: Sandara Park Reveals Why She Repented While Filming For Movie

Sandara Park explained why she ended up self-reflecting while filming for her new movie “One Step.”

On March 29, the cast members of “One Step” promoted their upcoming film through a Naver V Live broadcast, where they shared behind-the-scenes stories.

During the broadcast, Sandara Park gave some thoughts on her big screen debut. “It feels much more nerve-wracking than singing in front of thousands of people,” she confessed.

She also talked about the difference between singing on stage with 2NE1 and singing for her movie. “I usually performed energetic music when I was in 2NE1, so it was difficult for me to sing for the film because I was showcasing my voice,” she revealed. “I initially thought it was going to be easy since I had a lot of experience with singing in a recording studio, but as soon as I sang the first line [for the movie], I repented. It was a challenging yet precious experience,” she added.

“One Step” is set to premiere on April 6. Sandara Park will be playing a character who tries to regain her memories through music. Check out the trailer here!

Source (1) via Soompi