Following 2NE1's disbandment in 2016, Park left her group's agency, YG Entertainment, in November 2016.
In July 2018, she signed with D-Nation Entertainment and released her comeback single, "Spring", in March 2019.
The single peaked at number two on the Gaon Chart upon release.
However, it was only four years ago, after speaking with her father, that I found out of her old dreams of becoming a soccer player or of her traumatic experience as a child.
As much as this is something even her fellow 2NE1 members did not know, that’s how much I didn’t want to put Park Bom through the recollection of those memories again.
The group achieved significant success with the number-one single "I Don't Care" from their first extended play, 2NE1, which won them the Song of the Year award at the 2009 Mnet Asian Music Awards, making them the first rookie group to win a daesang in the same year of debut.
In August 2009, after finishing promotions for their debut single, the members took a break to focus on individual activities.
For several years afterward, she received counseling and treatment, taking medication prescribed to her by a university hospital in the States.
After that incident, Park Bom was unable to continue soccer, and that was when she first came to Korea to audition for YG. The reason I remember her from among the many auditions is that she said, ‘If it’s not with YG I won’t become a singer.’She didn’t make the first audition, and she came back the next year, where she was eliminated again.Park was placed as the main vocalist of 2NE1, alongside CL, Dara, and Minzy.The group then collaborated with label-mates Big Bang for the song "Lollipop" before officially debuting on SBS's The Music Trend on May 17, 2009, where they performed "Fire".She released her first solo single "You and I", which took the number one spot on the Gaon Music Chart for the month of November.The single eventually won Best Digital Single at the 2010 Mnet Asian Music Awards.The former praised her, saying that ‘‘In every song that her voice goes, it's a hit. A package, sent by family members residing in the United States to her residing in South Korea, was stopped at Incheon International Airport customs.