Sung Jin Park fashion model
September 3, 1990
6 ft 1 in | 186 cm
34 in | 90 cm
36 in | 93 cm
29 in | 74 cm
10 US | 43 EU
Sung Jin Park was born in Busan, South Korea, on September 3, 1990, is a South Korean male model. He began his modeling career for a established Korean brand called Kai-aakmann at the age of 21.
He is a former art student.
Sung's hobbies are to go to concerts, play soccer and basket-ball.
Long time highly ranked on Hot and Top 50 male models List by models.com.
Lives in New York City.
Arena Homme + Korea, WWD, MFF Magazine, L'Officiel Hommes Singapore, Men's Folio Singapore Cover, W Korea Cover, GQ Taiwan, Elle Men China, Harper's Bazaar Thailand, Details, Manifesto Cover, Flaunt, Esquire U.S., Dazed & Confused Cover, V Magazine, Interview, Vogue Hommes Japan.
The Kooples, H&M, Calvin Klein, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Bottega Veneta, Kenneth Cole, Aldo Shoes, Hugo Boss, Uniqlo, Iceberg, HLA JEANS, C&A, Tom Ford, The Kooples.
Walked runway for John Elliott + Co, Ovadia & Sons, Michael Kors, Rag & Bone, Puma, Timo Weiland, Dsquared2, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Perry Ellis, Duckie Brown, Custo Barcelona, Berluti, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Ermenegildo Zegna, Vivienne Westwood, Dolce & Gabbana, John Galliano, Viktor & Rolf, Diesel, Siki Im.
Represented by agencies Wilhelmina New York, Paris Premium Models, Seoul ESteem Models, Milan I LOVE Models Management.
I don’t want to follow in anyone’s footsteps, I want my own. I don’t see the need to have an idol that I can follow.
I get both or bad comments on Instagram. Whether it’s good or bad, in some way, they care enough to talk about me.
Some Korean models may be seen in European Fashion Week but it is hard to find them in New York.
It’s a lot of hard work. I know it’s not going to be easy, but I never look at it as being competitive. You have to understand that every model has his look and they may work well with certain brands but not all. Starting out as a model is hard, especially with the pay. You have to be prepared to work hard, and wait for the right opportunity to come.
Most Asians don’t know about American street style.