Born in Daejeon, South Korea in 1987, Ji Hye Park is an Asian female fashion model who is well known for her statuesque legs. Park measures a tall 5’11’’ in height, has black hair, brown eyes and has measurements of 32 bust, 24 waist and 34 hips with a size 8.5 shoe and size 4 dress. 
Harboring ambitions of being an internationally recognized fashion model from an early age, Park’s professional career in the industry began in her homeland of Korea when she took the initiative and approached an agency of her own accord. This initiative paid off and Park was signed on the spot. In October of 2010, Park began to make serious international waves when she was hired to walk spring shows in Paris for a number of high profile designers and brands such as Chloe, Elie Saab and Alexander McQueen.
2013 brought similar and expanding success for the model, as she featured on the cover of Korean Vogue in a shoot photographed by the renowned photographer Lee Gun Ho. Recognized for her strong marketability, 2013 also saw Park hired to be one of the featured models for a Louis Vuitton spring ad campaign. 
Among Park’s career highlights in terms of the print side of the industry are editorials for Vogue China, Vogue Korea, Numero, Manifesto, Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, Vogue Russia and British Vogue, and covers for WWD, Vogue Korea, Manifesto and Harper’s Bazaar Singapore.