22 Aug, 2022 (Mon)


The envelope
early life
Kim Ji-soo January 3 South Korea in 1995[2][3]. Gyeonggi Province Born in Gunpo. As a child, she played basketball and practiced taekwondo. She dreamed of becoming a painter and writer. She is a fan of the Korean boy group TVXQ. Jisoo attended high school at Seoul Arts School.[2] In the 11th grade, she joined a drama club at school and gained more experience in the entertainment industry. Before the event, Jisoo asked her parents, He lived with his siblings and grandparents.

2011-2016: Started working and debuted with Blackpink
Main article: Blackpink
In 2011, Jisoo joined YG Entertainment as a trainee after passing her auditions. In October 2014, she appeared in Epik High's music video for "Spoiler + Happen Ending" as a heartbroken girl. That same year, she starred in Hi Suhyun's music video for "I'm Different"[12] as Bobby's girlfriend. In 2015, Jisoo starred in the KBS2 drama The Producers alongside 2NE1's labelmate Sandara Park and Winner's Kang Seung-yoon.

On August 8, 2016, Jisoo became the oldest of Blackpink's four members, Jennie, 

Debuted with Rosé and Lisa and released their single album Square One.

2017-present: Solo endeavors and acting
From 2017 to 2018, Jisoo joined Inkigayo as a guest alongside Got7's Jin-young and NCT's Doyoung. She first ventured out in 2019 with a brief cameo appearance in the tvN fantasy drama Arthdal ​​Chronicles as Song Joong-ki's love interest.[16] In 2020, Jisoo co-wrote the lead single "Lovesick Girls" from Blackpink's debut studio album, The Album.

Jisoo made her acting debut with Jung Hae-in in 2021 with the JTBC drama Snowdrop. She plays Eun Yeong-ro, a college student who is held hostage by her love interest. It was rated relatively low due to controversy over allegations of historical distortion, which prompted a review by the Korean Communications Standards Commission. The investigation concluded that the content of the drama could not be seen as a distortion of history. The show ranked number one on Disney+ in four countries, including South Korea, where it is available in five countries.

Personal life
In addition to her native Korea, Jisoo is also known as China. He also learned Japanese and English.[2][14]


Jisoo at June 2019 Sydney concert

Jisoo in Dior Fall 2021
Jisoo was ranked as the 10th most popular K-pop idol in 2018 and 17th in 2019 in annual polls conducted by Gallup Korea. In 2019, She was ranked as the sixth most popular female K-pop idol in a survey of conscript soldiers in South Korea.

 As of February 2021, she is the third most followed K-pop Idol on Instagram along with band member Rosé. In 2019, she was named to the BoF 500, the "definitive professional index" of the people who shape the $2.4 trillion fashion industry.

Jisoo is among the top 10 celebrities and influencers leading the cosmetics world for the first five months of 2020. According to fashion industry journal Women's Wear Daily, Jisoo leads in average engagement level per post, followed by Rihanna and Kylie Jenner.[24] Ranked 7th overall, despite only having a minimum of 12 positions. Jisoo is the only East Asian on the list.

In June 2020, Jisoo's style in the teaser for Blackpink's single "How You Like That" went viral on social media. South Korea China Thailand And celebrities and influencers in Vietnam have replicated her "updo" and makeup, which Jisoo created herself. Her "dot style" is a make-up idea she originated and popularized on social media platforms such as Instagram to raise the challenge among overseas fans.

Jisoo is the first step in a girl group's own brand equity report created by the Korea Enterprise Research Institute, which analyzes data from brands and online consumer habits to measure significant effects on brand consumption and interest. Seong-sun Lim, director of the Korean Language Research Institute, said that the Korean wave in the global community is rapidly destroying the influence of traditional Western culture.Jisoo and Jungkook stars Olivia Hussey and James Dean.