Snowdrop: BLACKPINK’s Jisoo’s First Major Debut in Kdrama Will be Epic


A group formed by YG Entertainment with members named Jisoo, Jennie, Rose and Lisa. The girl gang is from South Korea and they are trending on Billboard Hot 100. Moreover, they became the first-ever Korean girl group to sell millions of copies. Besides this, they have achieved a lot of appreciation from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the British Phonographic Industry and the platinum certificate from the Australian Recording Industry Association.

Snowdrop: BLACKPINK's Jisoo's First Major Debut in Kdrama Will be Epic

Jisoo and K-drama

Korean Television Drama is basically Korean language television series and is popularly called K- dramas. There are many adaptive series from K drama throughout the world. YG Entertainment confirmed the presence of Jisoo in K-drama. She’ll be debuting from the movie Snowdrop. Before this, she has been a part of many movies such as The Producers, Part-Time Idols and Arthdal Chronicles, but in a cameo role.

Yoo Hyun Mi and Jo Hyun Tak are the directors of Snowpop. Before Snowpop, they have given the best movies in k-drama. The fans are excited to see Jisoo’s journey from singing to acting. Furthermore, the girls of the band are releasing their singles. The sources have confirmed that there will be Selena Gomez as the collaborator with BLACKPINK.

Snowdrop: BLACKPINK's Jisoo's First Major Debut in Kdrama Will be Epic

“We ask for your understanding on taking more time than expected, since we were planning to release multiple songs in an album format, rather than releasing a digital single.” YT Entertainment said on the high demand of fans.

So, Jisoo is already in news for her beautiful singing and now she’ll be doing a movie. The fans of her are impressed and are expecting the best out of her hard work. However, she was already a renowned singer and was known for her fashion sense. But now, she’ll be known for her acting as well.

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“I think that it’s because of the tough times I endured alone that I was able to become this strong now. Even now, I don’t really like talking about my struggles. When other people think of me, I want them to always be smiling” Jisoo says.


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