Park Hyung-sik made his debut in 2010 as the nine-member boy group ZE:A.
He rapidly emerged as the best entertainment trend in 2013 as he earned the title of "baby soldier" for his pure, clumsy, but sincere recruitment through the entertainment program "Real Man."
After that, Park Hyung-sik, who played the role of Cha Dal-bong, the youngest child in the family, in the 2014 weekend drama 'What Happens to My Family?', made him a complete actor through a weekend drama with a viewer rating of more than 47%.
In the drama "High Society," which starred the following year, he received praise for his acting, leading to the award with born actor Park Hyung-sik. He completely established himself as an actor by winning the New Star Award and the Male Excellence Award at the year-end awards ceremony.
In 2016, he challenged the historical drama "Hwarang" to expand the genre. Since then, he has been playing various characters as the main character of "Strong Girl Bong-soon."
The tving original series 'Happiness', starring Park Hyung-sik, began its first broadcast on the 5th. 'Happiness' is based on a webtoon of the same name, and is a drama depicting class discrimination and subtle war of nerves in new apartments in large cities where high-rise apartments are divided into rental houses through the general sale. It is broadcast every Friday and Saturday at 10:40 p.m.