When FHM Philippines went all-digital last June, Jinri Park was one of the celebrities who got affected by the news. In an Instagram post, this month’s FHM Muse even shared her feelings and fondest moments with the title.
"I have a long history with Summit and FHM Magazine, when I was a newbie model, back in 2011-2012, they featured me and that really brought me to places," she said. "After my first
What really touched us are the lines "Utterly thankful for believing in this unknown newbie model. Thank you for making me part of your history."
Now that we’ve switched to digital, we just can’t miss the chance to feature—and include in FHM.com.ph’s history—our favorite Koreana. Well, she actually deserves it, especially because there are a lot of things happening for her: her Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu journey, her venture into vlogging, being CEO of her very own app, and of course, her new calendar. It’s always nice to have a reunion with someone that’s close to our hearts. And Jinri is one of those people.
When we presented her our pegs and the flow of the feature, Jinri was ecstatic. In our interview with her, she admitted that she’s not the type of person to work out in a gym—ironic, since our shoot was held at Anytime Fitness Maginhawa. Nevertheless, when she arrived there, she was game and her enthusiasm
In between takes, Jinri joked and teased the team. She even graciously said hello to the gym-goers watching her every move. During the shoot, Jinri was effortless. Maybe it’s because she’s sporty in real life. And as always, Jinri was a breath of fresh air, and working with her felt like we were not working at all.
"I always say this in every interview with FHM, but I’m so grateful for you guys because you really started my career when I was a
Saranghae, Jinri! Finger hearts everywhere!