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I thought Vic said she'd be wearing a cowboy hat...

Describe Romi Park here.

One word: Tough.

Besides voicing tough ladies (and many angry boys), she also enjoys Shaolin Kempo and swimming. Frequently compared to Megumi Ogata, as both women have rather deep voices and the tendency of voicing young boys. Tite Kubo has apparently taken notice of this, and has arranged for the two to eventually face off in the animation, as Hitsuguya and Halibel. She's so badass that Even the Girls Want Her.

She's also notable for being a seiyuu of Korean descent, which is not terribly common. Her last name (박) may be romanized as "Pak" or "Park"; she is also sometimes known as Romi Paku, based on the romanisation of her name spelled in katakana (パク・ロミ). Also, the Korean hanja for the "ro"(璐) in her name causes trouble in the Japanese community, since it doesn't exist in Japanese kanji, and therefore it doesn't exist on the Japanese keyboard either.

Notable roles by Romi Park: