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Netizens Can’t Get Over The Duality Of BLACKPINK Jisoo In The Latest “Snowdrop” Teaser

Actress Jisoo strikes again!

As the date of the premiere of JTBC‘s new drama Snowdrop gets closer, fans have been anticipating the K-Drama, which sees BLACKPINK‘s Jisoo make her acting debut alongside actor Jung Hae In. Teasers have been dropped ahead of the release, getting netizens even more excited for the romantic show.

JTBC Provides An Updated Official Statement Regarding K-Drama "Snowdrop",  Revealing The Actual Contents Of The Drama - KoreabooThe poster for “Snowdrop” with Jisoo (left) and Jung Hae In (right) | JTBC

Through each new teaser, fans have got more of an insight into the characters in the show. In particular, it has showcased what can be expected from Jisoo’s character, and it has been impressive from the very beginning as she showcases her romantic side.

However, the most recent trailer has had netizens shocked with Jisoo’s acting ability and the duality of her character. In the latest teaser, Jisoo and Jung Hae In’s character meeting at a party. Jisoo looks flawless amongst the busy set, and it seems like true love.

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Viewers then get a whistlestop tour of the couple’s romance, from romantic bike rides to the simplest of moments where they are just enjoying each other’s company.

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However, it is the final scene that caught the attention of fans. After what seems to be a pleasant video, fans were surprised when the trailer took a very dark turn, and Jisoo was seen holding a gun towards her co-star.

In the scene, Jung Hae In is seen trying to calm Jisoo’s character, but she explains, “You don’t know who I am, do you?”

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When the video dropped, netizens couldn’t get enough of Jisoo in the trailer praising her for the duality shown in her character. Despite it being her first role, she has managed to capture so many emotions through the teasers through her words, facial expressions, and body language.

Yet, it isn’t the first time Jisoo’s acting has been praised in the Snowdrop teasers. As each video was released, fans have noticed Jisoo’s ability to connect to her character and co-stars, as the chemistry between herself and Jung Hae In has continued to be praised.

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With only a few weeks until the premiere date, fans are anticipating the show, and it will be the perfect K-Drama for winter.

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‘Missing 9,’ ‘Suspicious Partner’ and More—Here are K-Dramas to Watch Starring Choi Tae Joon

Choi Tae Joon, and his long-time partner “Sisyphus: The Myth” actress, surprised the fans with their shocking news.

In a heartfelt statement, it was announced that the two critically acclaimed actors are about to marry each other and are pregnant with their very first child.

The news and double celebration generated a lot of buzz, shaking the Hallyu industry with joy and excitement.

But before that, let’s get to know actor Choi Tae Joon! Here’s a rundown of his diverse works-from romantic comedies, historical dramas and more-that everyone will surely enjoy!

‘Padam Padam’

Choi Tae Joon Relationship Status 2021

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Did you know that Choi Tae Joon started his career as a child actor? Choi Tae Joon’s one of many earlier works is “Padam Padam.”

In the 2011 melodrama, Choi Tae Joon played the role of the main character Yang Kang Chil (Jung Woo Sung)’s son, Im Jung.

Sadly, Kang Chil spent 16 years of his life in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. After being given a second chance to live his life, he and his guardian angel, Guk Soo (Kim Bum), traveled.

He then meets Jang Ji Na (Han Ji Min), whose life is interestingly interconnected with his.

‘Mother’s Garden’

In the 2014 romantic melodrama “Mother’s Garden,” Choi Tae Joon transforms into the chaebol Cha Ki Joon.

Unexpectedly, he falls in love with Seo Yeon Joo (Jung Yu Mi), a veterinarian who specializes in horses.

The two of them came from very respected and successful families. However, he wants to pursue his culinary dreams instead of handling their family’s business.

Despite his family’s disapproval, Cha Ki Joon takes on a journey in reaching his dreams together with Seo Yeon Joo.

‘The Girl Who Sees Smells’

Choi Tae Joon widened his acting spectrum as he appeared in the webtoon-based drama “A Girl Who Sees Smell,” which follows the mystery of the “Barcode” serial killer whose victims are left with barcodes carved on their skin.

In the drama, Choi Tae Joon transforms into a tactical detective Ye Sang Gil for the series who bravely combs the town to take down the notorious serial killer.

‘The Flower in Prison’

The actor also tried doing a historical drama. In 2016, he starred in MBC’s award-winning historical drama “The Flower in Prison.”

Choi Tae Joon successfully portrayed the role of Sung Ji Heon, a captain who has a vital role in the ministry.

The drama is set in the Joseon Era, and it follows the story of the people who came from different backgrounds and the social injustice in the system.

‘Missing 9’

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Mystery, adventure, adrenaline, and Choi Tae Joon are the perfect combination for a great action thriller drama.

In 2017, Choi Tae Joon appeared in the star-studded action thriller drama “Missing 9”

Missing 9 starred Choi Tae Joon as the suspicious celebrity and pop singer Choi Tae Ho. After surviving a plane crash incident, nine people consisting of celebrities and staff were stranded on an isolated island.

‘So I Married the Anti Fan’

Sooyoung and Choi Tae Joon

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In Choi Tae Joon’s latest romantic comedy-drama, “So I Married the Anti Fan,” he took on the role of an A-list celebrity named Hoo Joon.

He coupled up with fellow dazzling star Girls’ Generation member and actress Choi Soo Young, playing the role of his anti-fan reporter who unexpectedly lived with him for a variety show.

The drama also starred seasoned actors Hwang Chan Sung, Sung Hoon, Jeon So Min, and Song Ji Eun.

Have you watched these Choi Tae Joon K-Dramas? Which drama are you looking forward to watching the most? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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Elderly Civilian Asks Gong Hyo Jin If She Fixed Her Entire Face On “Harmless From Today”

Many thought the elderly lady was too rude.

Actress Gong Hyo Jin is known for When The Camellia Blooms, one of her most famous and popular roles to date. She looked gorgeous in the drama as the owner of a pub. In the drama, she often wore floral printed clothing and her hair was long and straight. Paired with pale skin and natural, coral lips, she embodied the camellia itself.

Una anciana civil le pregunta a Gong Hyo Jin si fijó todo su rostro en "Inofensivo desde hoy" » Datos JamShe’s been starring on variety show Harmless From Today recently. Gong Hyo Jin headed down to a farming village in casual clothing and little to no makeup. With her hair neatly tied back in a cap, it didn’t come as a surprise that she looked different from her K-Drama looks.

When an elderly chairwoman of the Womens’ Association in the village asked which drama Gong Hyo Jin had acted in, a member of the production team reminded her that she was an avid viewer of When The Camellia Blooms. However, the chairwoman could not recognize Gong Hyo Jin.

Una anciana civil le pregunta a Gong Hyo Jin si fijó todo su rostro en "Inofensivo desde hoy" » Datos JamWhat sparked contention was when the elderly woman had made the comment, “Did you rip out your entire face and fix it up?” This is a common reference to infer that someone has done severe plastic surgery. The comment was criticized as rude.

Gong Hyo Jin kindly took it in stride and barely reacted, simply choosing to change the topic and asked the chairwoman if she needed help. However, she later on mused that she must have aged since the show. When The Camellia Blooms first aired in 2019, a whole two years ago.

Una anciana civil le pregunta a Gong Hyo Jin si fijó todo su rostro en "Inofensivo desde hoy" » Datos JamWhile Gong Hyo Jin was praised for the way she handled situation, many are questioning the manners of the elderly woman. Check out the scene below.

Source: Koreaboo