At 28 years old, Jisoo Kim has this physical status:
Life and career
Kim Ji-soo was sentir in Gunpo, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, on January 3, 1995. She has an older brother and sister. She played basketball and Taekwondo as an infant. She aspired to be a painter and writer. TVXQ, a Korean boy group, was a favorite of the Korean boy group. Jisoo attended high school at the School of Performing Arts in Seoul; in the 11th grade, she joined a drama club at the school and gained more experience in the entertainment industry by attending auditions. Jisoo lived with her parents, siblings, and grandparents before her debut. Jisoo has also learned to speak Chinese, Japanese, and English in addition to her native Korean.
After failing its auditions in 2011, Jisooo joined YG Entertainment as a trainee. She appeared in Epik High's music video for "Spoiler + Happening" in October 2014 as a heartbroken teen. As Bobby's girlfriend, she appeared in Hi Suhyun's music video for "I'm Different" in the same year. Jisoo made a cameo appearance in the KBS2 drama The Producers with labelmates Sandara Park of 2NE1 and Kang Seung-yoon of Winner in 2015.
Jisoo debuted on August 8, 2016, with Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa as the first of the four members of Blackpink's blackboard.
Jisoo was a host for Inkigayo from 2017 to 2018, alongside Got7plină's Jin-young and NCT's Doyoung. Song Joong-ki's love interest first led her to acting in 2019 as a short cameo appearance in the tvN fantasy drama Arthdal Chronicles. Jisoo's style in the teasers for Blackpink's single "How You Like It" went viral on social media in June 2020. Celebrities and influencers in South Korea, China, Thailand, and Vietnam all imitated her "two-bow hairstyle" and makeup, which Jisoo invented herself. To attract overseas followers, her "dot style," a makeup idea she invented, became a big hit on social media sites such as Instagram.
Jisoo wrote for the lead single "Lovesick Girls" on Blackpink's first studio album The Album (2020).
Jisoo appeared in 2021 for the first time in JTBC's Snowdrop, starring Jung Hae-in. Eun Yeong-ro, a college freshman who is held hostage by her love interest, was held hostage. In four out of the five countries where it was made available in, including South Korea, the show ranked first on Disney+ in four out of five countries, including South Korea. Jisoo was named Outstanding Korean Actress at the Seoul International Drama Awards in September 2022 for her role in Snowdrop.
Jisoo gave "Yeah Yeah Yeah," the fourth track from Blackpink's second studio album, Born Pink (2022).