Grace Park, a Korean-Canadian hottie posed for Maxim magazine near a fireplace and in a dining area and currently on the cover of the June/July issue of Complex Magazine. Today, Emagasia is going to bring you all not only this issue, but also Grace Park.
Grace Park is an American born Canadian actress of Korean descent. She was born on 14 March 1974 in Los Angeles, California, but her family moved to Canada when she was 22 months old. Grace Park has a body, she even shows it off sometimes. Grace Park co-stars on the critically acclaimed sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, now in its fourth season, playing not one but two leading roles. Her performance in the season one cliffhanger garnered her a place in TV Guide’s 100 Most Memorable Moments in TV History. The series received a Peabody Award in 2006 and has remained a critic’s darling since its inception, rated one of television’s best shows by Rolling Stone, TV Guide, The New York Times Magazine, Entertainment Weekly and Newsday.
Grace Park Photoshoot
Here are the highlights of Grace Park Maxim magazine interview and please watch the Korean Girls – Grace Park video shoot below as well.
Where you’ve seen her:
As the finest alien in the new Battlestar Galactica series.
Queen of the jungle:
“I had to do this one sex scene for Battlestar that wasn’ a bedroom scene. It was outside in a forest under a lightning-and-thunder shower. I was like, so you want some crazy forest sex? OK, I gotcha. In the end, they had to totally edit it down and take out all my moaning.”
Viva ass Vegas:
“It was in Vegas on New Year’s on the strip. It’s packed with 2000 people on the street. Someone grabbed my ass, and I whipped around and there were 10 people. I picked one guy and I fuckin’ reamed him! I scared the shit out of this guy. It was the wrong guy, but I didn’t care…”
“The craziest thing I did on a date was probably cutting through the lobby of the Wickaninnish Inn buck naked except for a yellow rain jacket and rubber boots, stripping down, and jumping into the ocean right in front of the hotel. Mind you, it was October and we were in Canada. Not only was it freezing. It was night and we couldn’t see our clothes.”