Soo Joo Park fashion model
March 26, 1986
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
32-23-34 in | 83-58-86.5 cm
52 kg | 114 lbs
8 US | 38 EU
Soo Joo Park was born in Seoul, South Korea, on March 26, 1986, is a South Korean supermodel. She was discovered at age of 21, while shopping in a San Francisco vintage store, by model scout. Long time highly ranked on Top 50 models and The Money Girls List by models.com. She also sings for a band called Ore.
Has been on the cover of The Cut, Allure Korea, W Korea, ES Magazine, Harper's Bazaar India, Narcisse, King Kong, Vogue Korea, L'Officiel Thailand, Harper's Bazaar Korea, Grazia France, Harper's Bazaar Singapore, Bon Magazine, S Moda for El Pais, Sunday Telegraph Australia, The Wild, The Hunger, Femina China, Glass Magazine, Wonderland, Numéro, French Revue de Modes, Manifesto, American Vogue, Numero Russia.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for L'Oreal, Philipp Plein, Redken, Michael Kors, Bulgari, Jean Paul Gaultier, MAC, Neiman Marcus, Gap, Chanel, Benetton.
Walked runway for Chanel, Balmain, Jean Paul Gaultier, Moschino, Jeremy Scott, DKNY, Alexandre Vauthier, Haider Ackermann, H&M, Zac Posen, Alexander Wang, Vera Wang, Max Mara, Shiatzy Chen, Fashion Rocks, Cushnie et Ochs, Zadig & Voltaire, Iris van Herpen, Vionnet, Oscar de la Renta, Calvin Klein, Emporio Armani.
Represented by agencies New York Women Management, IMG Paris, London Storm Management, Seoul ESteem Models, IMG Australia.
Confidence and hard work will pay off. Having a great personality will extend your career.
I love watching all kind of movies especially old classics and cult films. I love looking at photography and art books, and I find myself inspired by them.
The industry can be very overwhelming and intense; there is no consistency or pace, so you always have to be patient, find your center and stay strong. Live for the moment, but know how to step back and see the full picture.
When I was young, I was really into fashion, I used to play dress up with Barbie dolls, as most girls do.
In my free time, I like to do this thing we coined “hard-core lounging,” where I just sit in my bed in my jammies and have movie marathons, and eat comfort food and spill it all over my bed.
My hair doesn’t really make me feel very different, but I know that I get perceived as a different person. People think that I’m more more eccentric, open, or adventurous, but it’s really just the hair.