He is an alumni of Yonsei University, joining other famous alumni such as Bong Joon Ho and Seo Jang Hoon.
He got married in 1999 but that did not last and he got re-married in 2013.
He has two beautiful daughters and he dedicated this song to his first born:
Park's career in the Korean music industry began in 1994 when he debuted as a solo artist with the song "Don't Leave Me" (날 떠나지마) from his debut album Blue City. In 1997, he founded his label and agency JYP Entertainment, then known as Tae-Hong Planning Corp. That same year, he was tasked by EBM (now SidusHQ) with preparing the members of its project group for debut; the five-member act was eventually called g.o.d and debuted two years later. The success of g.o.d as one of the country's most popular and bestselling groups of the early 2000s would further establish Park's reputation as a hit maker.
In 2004, Park ventured into the American music industry, becoming the first Asian producer to cross over to the U.S., producing music for Will Smith, Mase and Cassie.
He writes and produces for a lot of the groups in his company, but he also writes for others outside the company.