Park Shin Hye Net Worth 2021: How Much is 'Sisyphus: The Myth' Star Making?

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If you are a true-blue kdrama addict, then you would have come by Park Shin Hye's work. The actress, whose latest projects include the Netflix sci-fi thriller "Sisyphus: The Myth," the zombie-thriller "Alive," and the mind-boggling horror movie, "The Call," certainly made binging on Netflix interesting. 

All these projects in just a span of one year and she has been acting since 2006. Do you wonder how much she's worth? 

Park Shin Hye Net Worth 2021: 'Sisyphus: The Myth' Star Made How Much?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Park Shin Hye is now valued at around $8 million. Being one of the most known actresses in South Korea, this figure is not surprising, and is designed certainly to go up further.

She is making USD17,000 per episode on average for her shows.

She does not only act, but she sings too. She's been in the industry for a total of 15 years now, and the whole journey has proven fruitful.

Park Shin Hye was born in Gwangju, South Korea in February 1990 and at the tender age of 16, her big break came. Her acting debut came in 2006 but it was in 2009 when she truly became a household name.

In 2009 she starred as Go Mi-nyu on the television series "You Are Beautiful." and everyone noticed her acting prowess.

She then starred as Lee Gyu-won on the TV series "You've Fallen for Me" in 2011 and the year proved really busy for her, because before the year ended, she also took on the role of Xiao-Zhi on the series "Hayate the Combat Butler."

Park Shin Hye as a Doctor, Lawyer, and Heiress, Among Many Roles

It was in 2013 onwards where her most popular shows happened. First, she became Go Dok Mi on the television series "Flower Boy Next Door" in 2013, Cha Eun Sang on the drama "Heirs."

Between 2014 and 2015, she became the noteworthy Choi In-ha on drama "Pinocchio."

She was growing up literally in front of her fans.

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In 2016, she took on a more mature and senior role as Hye-Jung on "Doctors."

It seems as if she never had a break because following this, she became Jung Hee Joo on the series "Memories of the Alhambra" between 2018 to 2019.

The pandemic hits and her acting career remained soaring.

Park Shin Hye in Sisyphus Garnered Pandemic Love

 Right in the middle of a pandemic, people stayed home and enjoyed greatly what Park Shin Hye offered them in "Sisyphus: The Myth." Many said she is perfect for her role, looking legitimately someone who can kick ass and time travel.

The actress has taken on so many roles throughout her career, and yet she never has played a character so audacious as Gang Seo-hae in this most recent show. She proved she can.

Apart from this drama, one of her latest projects was the movie shown on Netflix, "The Call." She was amazing there and made the whole incredulous film looks very natural. Here she time travels as well, but in a much scarier way as she strives to save the people she loves, and herself.

In an interview, she said she almost rejected the project because she has just finished so many projects, but she was asked to reconsider. Good thing, she did because it was a very well-made movie.

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Written by Annie Dee

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