Rosa Park started her 6-year dance training at Sunwha Arts School where she obtained a B.A. Degree in Dance from Ewha Womans University, as well as a Master's Degree in Dance from Sejong University of Korea. In 2002, Rosa was offered a place with the Korean National Ballet Company (KNBC), where she made her debut as a professional dancer as Marie in Yuri Grigrovich's The Nutcracker.
Rosa has taken on numerous principal or soloist positions in the companies she has danced with including Universal Ballet, Royal Swedish Ballet, Korean Ballet Theater and Korean National Ballet. Her major roles in full length classicals include Swan Lake, Giselle, Rudolf Nureyev's Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Romeo & Juliet, Paquita, Le Cosaire, Don Quixote, La Fille Mal Gardee, Coppelia and Raymonda. She was also a guest soloist with Royal Swedish Ballet’s Swan Lake, and with Korean Ballet Theatre, dancing the principal roles in Raymonda and Mongyudowond.
She has also won sveral awards in dance competitions including first prize in Korea Dance Association Competition, second prize in the Korea Don-ah Dance competition, Silver in Kirov & Universal Ballet Competition and was a finalist in the Prague International Competition.
Rosa joined SDT in 2009 and has performed both title major and roles in many of SDT’s production including Odette/Odile in Swan Lake (2009 and 2012), Giselle (2010), Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty (2010 and 2012), Juliet in Romeo & Juliet (2011) , Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker (2011), Paquita in Paquita (2012) and Swanilda in Coppélia (2013). She has also performed soloist roles in George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco, Serenade, Allegro Brillante and Divertimento No. 15, Edwaard Liang’s As Above, So Below, The Winds of Zephyrus and Age of Innocence, Nil’s Christe’s Fearful Symmetries and Organ Concerto, Goh Choo San’s Unknown Territory, Stanton Welch’s Maninyas, Molly Lynch’s Evening at the Ritz and the Pas De Deux in Don Quixote.