WATCH: Sandara Park speaks in Tagalog in impromptu acting challenge in South Korean show

Sandara Park still knows her Tagalog really well!

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08/01/2020 09:28 AM
WATCH: Sandara Park speaks in Tagalog in impromptu acting challenge in South Korean show
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Sandara Park proved that she still knows her Tagalog after speaking it fluently in the latest episode of Video Star.

Sandara shocked her co-stars in the show after she spoke in Tagalog during an impromptu acting challenge with Choi Soo-rin.

In the said acting challenge, Sandara played the role of a daughter-in-law who is being looked down upon by her mother-in-law (played by Choi Soo-rin).


Both of them were initially speaking in Korean but towards the end, Sandara abruptly spoke in Tagalog which left Soo-rin speechless. 

A clip of the acting challenge has made rounds online and has already been viewed more than 931K views as of this writing.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Work hard play hard eat harder

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It can be recalled that Sandara spent many years in the Philippines before settling back in South Korea.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

비디오스타

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She rose to stardom in Philippine entertainment industry after becoming a runner-up of the talent competition Star Circle Quest in 2004. 

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She starred in several projects in the Philippines like Bcuz of U, Can This Be Love, and D' Lucky Ones, among others.

Sandara left the Philippines in 2007 to train under YG entertainment.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

오늘 비스!!! 본방사수우~!!! 크하... 밍끼가 내 동생이라는게, 퉤니원의 막내라는게~ 항상 그렇지만 새삼 너무나도 뿌듯하고 행복한 하루였다~!!! 우린 다 알고있었지만, 몰랐던분들이 방송을 보시면 공민지의 여러가지 매력들을 발견할수있을듯!!! 😆 얘는 그냥 사기캐야!!! 역대급 히히!!! 🤤👍👍👍😍 #비디오스타 #공민지 #투애니원 뭐 이렇게 잘해?! 😭😭😭

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She became part of the K-Pop girl group 2NE1 in 2009, launching her career in the Korean entertainment industry.