Before turning into an actress, Park So Jin debuted as a member of the KPop girl group Girl’s Day in 2010 under Dream Tea Entertainment.
However, she decided to leave Dream Tea Entertainment in 2019 to pursue her acting and solo career.
Later in the same year, she signed a new contract with Noon Company and had a role in the Vroom Vroom Pegasus Market.
She also acted in the theatrical play The Perfect Other in 2021, showcasing both her acting and singing abilities.
Besides singing and acting, she also has a knack for being a host and commanding the audience.
She had been chosen as the main host of several TV shows such as My Daughter’s Men (2017), Follow Me 10 (2018), Got Ya! GWSN (2018), and many more.
- Real Name: Park So Jin (박소진)
- Stage Name: Sojin (소진)
- Nickname: So Jin
- Birthday: May 21, 1986
- Birthplace: Daegu, South Korea
- Zodiac Sign: Gemini
- Nationality: South Korean
- Height: 167 cm (5’6”)
- Weight: 49.5 kg (109 lbs)
- Blood Type: AB
- Religion: Protestant
- Professions: Actress, Songwriter, Singer
Lee Hyun Elementary School;
Seojin Middle School;
Kyungduk Girls’ High School;
Yeungnam University (Major in Mechanical Engineering)
- Hobbies: Browsing YouTube videos, cleaning, and shopping
- Parents: –
- Siblings: –
- Boyfriend: –
- Facebook: –
- Twitter: @Girls_Day_Sojin
- Instagram: @ssozi_sojin
- TikTok: –
- YouTube: 소진스럽,
- Park So Jin joined a vocal club back in the university and it made her want to become a singer.
- She was the leader of the KPOP girl group Girl’s Day under Dream Tea Entertainment.
- Prior to debuting with Girl’s Day, she was a vocal coach for the KPOP boy band Ulala Session.
- So Jin composed several Girl’s Day songs like Telepathy, Girl’s Day World, and Let’s Go, and co-composed the lyrics for I Don’t Mind.
- She won an award in Mathematics during high school.
- Park So Jin was an Engineering Student back at Yeongnam University. She was one of the only eight women out of the 800 Engineering understudies at that University.
- She is great at playing the piano and doing calligraphy.
- So Jin can impersonate a Yorkshire Terrier’s sound.
- She likes dolls.
- So Jin’s ideal type is someone who has strong eyes and a positive perspective. She also likes someone who is devoted and mindful.
- Her net worth is around…
- Moradong (TBA), as Kang Hye Young
- Spring Day (2022), as Eun Ok
- Tomorrow’s Lovers (2021), as Son Ae
- The Grotesque Mansion (2021), as Choi Sun Hwa
- Sparrow (2020), as a guest role
- Zombie Crush in Heyri (2020), as Kim Ga Yeon
- Recipe For Happiness (2020), as Jung Soo
- Return (tvN | 2022), as a side character
- tvN O’PENing: Don’t Announce Your Husband’s Death (tvN | 2022), as the main character
- Shooting Stars (tvN | 2022), as Jo Ki Peum
- 2021 Summer Drama Collage: Monster Mansion (Olleh TV | 2021), as Choi Sun Hwa
- Drama Festa: Recipe For Happiness (JTBC | 2020), as Jung Soo
- The Spies Who Loved Me (MBC | 2020), as Bae Du Rae
- The King: Eternal Monarch (SBS | 2020), as Jo Hae In
- Vroom Vroom Pegasus Market (tvN | 2019), as Jenny
- Hot Stove League (SBS | 2019), as Kim Young Chae
- Oh! Dear Half-Basement Goddesses (2017), as Myung Ha
- Hong Ik Super (Naver TV Cast | 2017), as Seo Yeon Hee
- The Family Is Coming (SBS | 2015), as Choi Dong Joo
- Best Wedding (TV Chosun | 2014), as Lee Yu Ri
- The Dramatic (MBC every1 | 2013), as So Jin
- I Trusted Him (MBC | 2011), as a side character
- On and off (tvN | 2020), as a guest
- My Daughter’s Men Season 4 (E-Channel | 2018), as the main host
- Follow Me 10 (E-Channel | 2018), as the main host
- Got Ya! GWSN (Mnet | 2018), as the main host
- My Daughter’s Men Season 3 (E-Channel | 2018), as the main host
- Amazing Saturday (tvN | 2018), as a guest
- Talkmon (tvN | 2018), as a guest
- Master Key (SBS | 2017), as a guest
- My Daughter’s Men 2: Dad is Watching (E-Channel | 2017), as the main host
- Looking For Trouble (JTBC | 2017), as the main host
- Crime Scene: Season 3 (JTBC | 2017), as a guest
- Leaving Together in Empty Room (MBC | 2017), as a regular member
- K-RUSH (KBS1 | 2017), as a guest
- New Yang Nam Show (Mnet | 2017), as a guest
- A Week of Romance Season 4 (MBC every1 | 2017), as a regular member
- Life Bar (tvN | 2016), as a guest
- Abnormal Summit: Season 2 (JTBC | 2016), as a guest
- Law of the Jungle in Papua New Guinea (SBS | 2016), as a guest
- Idol Star Olympics Championships New Year Special (MBC | 2016), as a regular member
- Idol Star Athletics Championships Chuseok Special (MBC | 2015), as a regular member
- Girl’s Day’s One Fine Day (MBC every1 | 2015), as a regular member
- King of Mask Singer (MBC | 2015), as a guest
- Same Bed, Different Dreams (SBS | 2015), as a guest
- Problematic Men (tvN | 2015), as a guest
- Idol Star Athletics Championships New Year Special (MBC | 2015), as a regular member
- Idol School (MBC | 2014), as the main host
- Star Gazing (MBC | 2014), as a guest
- Idol Star Athletics Championships (MBC | 2014), as a regular member
- Hidden Singer: Season 2 (JTBC | 2013), as a guest
- Idol Star Olympics Championships Chuseok Special (MBC | 2013), as a regular member
- After School Club (Viki | 2013), as a guest
- Real Men: Season 1 (MBC | 2013), as a guest
- Hidden Singer: Season 1 (JTBC | 2012), as a guest
- Miss and Mister Idol (MBC | 2012), as a regular member
- Idol Star Olympics Championships (MBC | 2012), as a regular member
- Idol Star Athletics – Swimming Championships (MBC | 2012), as a regular member
- Weekly Idol (MBC every1 | 2011), as a guest
- Healing Camp (SBS | 2011), as a guest
- Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend (KBS1 | 2011), as a guest
- Hello Counselor: Season 1 (KBS2 | 2010), as a guest
- Running Man (SBS | 2010), as a guest
- Let’s Go! Dream Team Season 2 (KBS2 | 2009), as a guest
- Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook (KBS2 | 2009), as a guest
- Live Talk Show Taxi (tvN | 2007), as a guest
- Vitamin (KBS2 | 2003), as a guest
- The Perfect Other (2021), as Bianca
- On Rainy Days (2015), as a collaborator
- Finale (2014), as a collaborator
- Three Things I Want to Give You (2014), as a featured artist
- In the Summer (2013), as the lead artist
- Everyday With You (2015) – Reply 1988
- It Hurts (2015) – Mask
- I Am Korea (2015) – I Am Korea
- Ajjil Ajjil (2015) – Family Outing
- I Want to Turn Back Time (2013) – Passionate Love
- Our Love Like This (2011) – Flames of Desire
- 2020 MBC Drama Award – Best New Actress – The Spies Who Loved Me
Park So Jin is one of the most multitalented entertainers in South Korea, proved by a variety of projects she has accomplished up until now.