BY Adrienne Stanley | Dec 11, 2015 02:21 PM EST
Park Shin Hye thanked her fans for helping her achieve a record-breaking number of followers on her Weibo account.
On December 11, she posted a cheerful message of gratitude to her subscribers on the Chinese microblogging site.
"Wow, [I] can see it surpassed 10 million followers," exclaimed the "Pinocchio" star in her message. Thank you very much for your endless love. I will work harder. Always be well, my fans in the Republic of China."
Her post follows recent reports that Park is currently the most followed Korean actress on Weibo.
She continues to garner attention from international audiences through her use of social media, including her Instagram account, which has more than 2.7 million followers.
Her global popularity with both K-Drama and film viewers is attributed to her roles in teen series like "You're Beautiful" and "The Heirs.
She is proactive in reaching Chinese-speaking fans and has repeatedly appeared at fan meetings for throughout the region.
Her impact on the market was also exemplified through her hosting stint at the 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong, where a pan-Asian audience warmly welcomed her for two appearances.
Park also posted an Instagram message on December 11, which depicted the upbeat Hallyu star as she posed with flowers and a congratulatory cake, on the set on her upcoming film, "Hyung." In her Instagram message, Park expresses her thanks to supporters who were responsible for sending a coffee truck, stocked with treats, to the set.
The movie, which is also referred to by the English title, "Older Brother," Park portrays a judo instructor, who attempts to diffuse the tension between two siblings.
Her character appears opposite EXO's D.O., who portrays a struggling athlete, whose life is plagued by his disappointing con artist brother. Jo Jung Suk (Oh My Ghost) rounds out the main cast. "Hyung" is expected to be released in 2016.
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