Sandara Park has received the Gold Creator Award from video-sharing site YouTube.
The K-pop star shared her latest achievement on her social media pages on Wednesday, November 4, as she posted photos of her award.
"I got the gold button!" she wrote in the caption.
The Gold Creator Award, or Gold Play Button, is given to YouTube channels with 1 million subscribers.
Sandara launched her YouTube channel, Dara TV, in 2017, as her way of communicating with her fans more closely.
As of this writing, the former 2NE1 member has over 1.1 million subscribers on her YouTube channel.
Her most popular vlog to date is a 2017 video showing highlights of her and her brother Thunder's trip to the Philippines, which Sandara treats as her second home.
Dubbed the country's "pambansang krungkrung," Sandara first shot to fame in 2004, when she finished a runner-up in the ABS-CBN talent search "Star Circle Quest."
She then ventured into acting, and starred in a string of series and films, including "Krystala," Bcuz of U," "Can This Be Love," "D' Lucky Ones," and "Super Noypi."
However, in 2007, Sandara left the country for South Korea to pursue a showbiz career there. Two years later, she was introduced by YG Entertainment as "Dara," as a member of the girl group 2NE1.