Sandara Park has been and will continue to slay for years to come.
As the new generation continues to make its mark, combined with the power of social media and a connected world, vocabulary changes with the times to reflect new meanings and movements. Gen Z slang is all about this, with one of the most popular terms used being “mother” and “mothering”. In case you’ve been living under a rock, the terms “mother” and “mothering” in the 21st century are used to praise a woman for a variety of factors. The usage initially came from the LGBTQIA+ community as their way to describe women, typically female pop stars, they love.
It has since become a common phrase among Gen Z as a go-to descriptor for exceptional women in society. Understandably, it’s a far cry from what most people know what a mother is, which is why we don’t blame people who get confused. Such is the case for Sandara Park, who took to X (formerly Twitter) to ask her followers what “mothering” was, and in full Tagalog, no less.
Ano ba meaning ng “mothering” d ako updated eh😅🤣— Sandara Park (@krungy21) January 7, 2024
Considering how iconic Dara’s career is, the multi-hyphenate is probably no stranger to her fans calling her mother and how she continuously mothers. TBH, Dara could just walk on the street and she’d already be mothering. She’s mother fr. So, here is just a selection of moments when Sandara mothered so hard, she caused a motherquake.
HER *ICONIC* STAGE ON PINOY BOYBAND SUPERSTAR
This performance remains legendary after all these years for a reason, or several.
THIS PERFORMANCE OF KISS
We don’t know what we love more, the fact that Dara chewed this performance or that the boy she danced to is a young Denali from RuPaul’s Drag Race.
EATING DOWN WITH HER LOOKS AT FASHION WEEK
Know that when Sandara gets an invite to Fashion Week, she’ll never miss.
BREAKING THE INTERNET IN 2NE1’S SURPRISE COACHELLA REUNION
Dara, along with CL, Park Bom, and Minzy, had social media shaking with how they became the highlight of Coachella 2022. Bonus points for Sandara recreating her signature mohawk.
HER LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO DANCE COVER WITH LIA KIM
Look what you made me do? More like look what you made me stan.
Sandara is nearing her 40s, yet she looks better than most people in their 20s. That’s what happens when you’re unproblematic, you age gracefully.