Popularity in itself is a blessing and a curse. As soon as Blackpink's Jisoo was announced as the lead for JTBC's 'Snowdrop', fans took it upon themselves to trend congratulatory hashtags and many positive messages. Of course, some people were not happy with the results too, and they had a lot to say. Find out how everything they spewed was proved wrong by reading more below!
JTBC's 'Snowdrop' is looking to air in March 2021 and the series will have approximately 16-20 episodes for the season. The hype for this K-drama is reaching new heights every day as the production is known to be top-notch and the cast is excellent too.
Snowdrop has the same writer as Sky Castle, which is one of the highest-rated K-dramas ever! I'm honestly super excited to watch it. Are you looking forward to it?
Everyone knows that Knetz and Jisoo's fans (including me) have been waiting for her acting debut since early 2017. Jisoo has acting experiences from pre-debut cameos, music videos, and advertisements. Read about it here! However, a certain lot of bitter K-drama fans had their views to offer too. Ouch, jealous much?
People who religiously follow K-dramas tend to side-eye idol actors. Ever since the announcement, they accused Jisoo of nepotism, taking advantage of her 'pretty privilege', using her connections to secure the role, and have worked tirelessly towards undermining her talent. Can you believe it? I was tired of defending these baseless claims all day!
On 13th November 2020 in South Korea, Reporters came forward with more updates about Snowdrop and their notepads were full of praises for Jisoo's professionalism. Namely, Choi Yeji and Kim Ga-young stated that the auditions for Snowdrop were super intense and there was a lot of pressure.
They also described Actress Jisoo as sincere and eloquent. Oh come on, tell me something I don't know!
It has been revealed that quite a few well-known actresses auditioned for the main role but it was Jisoo who successfully secured it. That's right! She worked for it. The journalists also elaborated on how they were amazed by Jisoo's attention to detail and dedication to her role. Well, haters are going to have a hard time digesting this! Jisoo proved all of them wrong.
Jisoo’s fans took to social media to spread hashtags like #JisooBestActress and #KdramaFansApologizeToJisoo after the news. Don't mess with our girl! I'm proud of Jisoo's growth as an individual and will surely tune in to support her drama!
As they say, talk is cheap. Do you think it was fair to come for an actress that hasn't even debuted yet? Is there any way to justify these harsh accusations? Let us know in the comments.