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The carrier single, "In Or Out", was a major dance anthem and became a nationwide hit, cementing her status as an 'imported' household name in the region.The album's later repackaging featured a new single, "Walang Sabit", which became very popular as well.She signed with Star Magic after the completion of the competition and officially began her music career with the self-titled extended play, Sandara, which debuted atop the Philippine charts and has sold over 100,000 physical copies.It remains the only album by a Korean born act to be certified platinum by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry.Aspects of Park's personal life, including her relationships, family issues, and the fallout with Hero Angeles while still in the Philippines, attracted national attention as well.Rising to fame in the early-2000s, Park became an overnight superstar while participating as a contestant during the first season of Star Circle Quest in 2004, in which she finished as the runner-up.After suffering a stall in her career, Park returned to South Korea quietly in 2007 and signed with entertainment company, YG Entertainment.
Park continued to dominate the Philippines market through 2005 with the major success of her comedy film Can This Be Love, and the follow-up single "Ang Ganda Ko".
He was a cousin to Queen Seondeok of Silla and is considered a national figurehead of Korean culture for having led the unification of the Korean peninsula.
She is the daughter of Ik-Su Park, a trading businessman, and Kyung Ran-Kim.
Dara was born Sandara Park on November 12, 1984, in Busan, South Korea.
Her unusual and rare three-syllable name stems from the childhood nickname of revolutionary war hero General Kim Yusin.