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Sandara Park switched to Filipino because she was losing in Korean during an acting challenge in her TV show

“Ano po sinasabi niyo? di ko kayo maintindihan. galing po ako sa Pilipinas kaya ‘di ko alam” Dara said during the scene.

In the latest episode of her show, Video Star, Sandara Park amazed viewers and co-hosts when she used the Filipino language as she was about to lose in Korean during an acting challenge.

In the improv challenge, Dara had to defend herself from a heartless mother-in-law who belittles her. When she was about to lose the argument, she shifted to speaking Filipino, which astonished her scene partner.

“Ano po sinasabi niyo? di ko kayo maintindihan. galing po ako sa Pilipinas kaya ‘di ko alam” Dara said during the scene.

[What are you saying? I cannot understand you. I’m from the Philippines that’s why I don’t know]

Dara’s turning to the Filipino language impressed netizens with her ‘queenly’ act.

A netizen even said that Dara represents us Filipinos every time our brain glitches when speaking foreign languages.

 

Sandara Park who is now known as Dara started her career through the Star Circle Quest, a talent search program of ABS-CBN, where she finished 2nd behind Hero Angeles.

After her stint in SCQ, she signed a contract with Star Magic, the talent management leg of ABS-CBN. In 2004, she starred in her first film, Bcuz of U with Hero Angeles, wherein her performance led her to win as the Best New Actress at the 21st PMPC Star Award for Movies. Other movies of Dara included Can This Be Love, D’Lucky Ones, and Super Noypi.

Dara also joined the Music industry that initiated the release of her self-titled album, Sandara which approximately sold 100,000 copies, causing it to be the only platinum album by a South Korean artist certified by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry.



In 2007, Dara went back home in South Korea and in 2009, she started her career with the all-female group 2EN1.

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