Park smilingly said, "I personally don't like femme fatales.Men should be happy because of women, not unhappy." For the revival of Drama Special, Park played a bookstore employee who falls in love with a married man in Red Candy.
Though her parents initially opposed her pursuing acting, Park took profile pictures of herself and went to various talent agencies.Her profile photos were eventually handed over to a Chinese agency, and several auditions later, this led to Park making her acting debut in China.Using the stage name Park Si-yeon, she appeared in small roles in three CCTV dramas, and also landed an advertising contract with cosmetics company Enprani.Park said, "Honestly, this is the first time working has been this fun." In 2010, U. As creative director, she oversaw the entire planning process, from design to distribution to production, of the brand's celebrity fashion line.S.-based Korean fashion company Moeim Style announced that Park would be the creative director for U. The "celeb line" that she handled included the brands Tulle, Line & Dot, 213 and MK2K.