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Park took on the stage name Dara, and together with Bom, CL and Minzy, debuted as K-pop girl group 2NE1 in 2009.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.Back in South Korea, Park replaced close friend Yoo In-na as a DJ for her Let's Crank Up the Volume radio program from May to June due to scheduling clashes.Park played the role of Steven Yeun's American girlfriend who is left behind as her boyfriend pursues a career in "Mokbang", a popular Korean internet broadcast where generally attractive people eat in front of a webcam and get paid for it.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.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.
According to Park, she was initially lonely in the Philippines because she wasn't fluent in Filipino and her pronunciation of the language was not good.
She was featured on the single "Hello" from Big Bang member G-Dragon's album Heartbreaker, and later released her first solo single, "Kiss," which featured fellow 2NE1 member CL as a rapper.
The song was used in a video promoting Cass Beer, which Park starred in alongside actor Lee Min-ho.
Park then joined the judging panel of ABS-CBN's reality singing competition show Pinoy Boyband Superstar, alongside Filipino top stars Yeng Constantino, Vice Ganda, and Aga Muhlach.
The show is based on the format created by Simon Cowell and was first shown in United States through La Banda.