After the luxuriant groves of controversy distorting recent history in the blockbuster ancient Joseon Exorcist (Master exorcism Korea) , the audience screen is particularly sensitive to issues related to the history and highlights of Among them is Snowdrop ( Snowdrop Point) – the debut TV work of female idol Jisoo and actor Jung Hae In . In recent days, Snowdrop has encountered so many conflicting opinions from the audience that the film writer had to correct and announce that it would change the name of the heroine in the film.
Jisoo and Jung Hae In
After days of silence, on the evening of March 31, Jisoo made the latest move regarding Snowdrop on his social network. Specifically, this girl deleted all hashtags related to Snowdrop ‘s Young Cho character name .
The content of the post remains the same, but Jisoo has removed all Young Cho’s character names (Translation: Jisoonly – BlackPink Jisoo Vietnam Fanpage)
Behind the scenes photos posted by Jisoo
Snowdrop revolves around a romance between the character Young Cho of Ji Soo and the male college student – Soo Ho played by Jung Hae In, Young Cho and Soo Ho falling in love, but then it is supposed that Soo Ho is a spy. North Korea and disguised as a protest student, he has the duty to oppose the government. In addition, the movie story also tells about the love triangle between Young Cho, Soo Ho and a young officer of the National Intelligence Service Lee Kang Moo (Jang Seung Jo).
International fans’ comment on Ji Soo’s latest move:
– So sad, goodbye Young Cho …
– I’ve never seen Jisoo like this, you must be sad too!
– Stop fixing it all for the Knet guys to please!
– Jisoo hasn’t seen any updates these days, so just open up the social network just to delete the hashtag …
– Goodbye Eun Young Cho, I’ll miss you.
Synthesized from Twitter
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