Park Hyung-shik debuted as a member of the South Korean boy group ZE:A in 2010 and also became part of its subgroup ZE:A Five. Also known as the Children of Empire, the group’s long list of discography includes three studio albums, four extended plays, and 14 singles. ZE:A has not officially disbanded despite some of its members parting ways with the group’s management agency in 2017.

Park Hyung-shik made his musical stage debut in Temptation of Wolves in 2011. In June 2013, he joined MBC’s Real Men, which won him the Best Male Newcomer trophy at the MBC Entertainment Awards. In 2014, he became part of the KBS2 family drama What Happens to My Family, which earned him Best New Actor at the KBS Drama Awards. In 2015, he took home an Excellence Award as well as the New Star Award at the SBS Drama Awards for his work in High Society. In 2017, he was paired with Park Bo-young in the hit JTBC series Strong Woman Do Bong-soon. In 2018, he and Jang Dong-gun headlined the South Korean adaptation of the American legal drama Suits. In 2019, he acted alongside Moon Sori in the legal film Juror 8, in which he was named Best New Actor at the 39th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards.

Park Hyung-shik enlisted for his mandatory military service on June 10, 2019. He was officially discharged on January 4, 2021. His father was a member of the board of directors of BMW Korea.