BLACKPINK's Jisoo Takes Over From Girls' Generation's Seohyun, Becomes It MICHAA's New Muse
BLACKPINK members have now started to go on solo projects. Following the success of their debut album, The Album, alongside their first virtual concert, The Show, this year, the four K-Pop stars have seemingly focused on their respective careers.
AllKpop recently covered what Jisoo is up to these days. Apart from her stint for the upcoming drama, Snowdrop, the eldest member of the group is now the new face of a famous fashion brand.
itMICHAA dropped new teasers for their spring/summer catalog on Thursday. Taking their campaign materials to Instagram, the photos feature Jisoo, who is now the label's "latest muse."
The publication reported that the BLACKPINK member took over from Seohyun of Girls' Generation. She has been the face of itMICHAA for a long time now until Jisoo's arrival. While it remains unclear when the full-length collection will drop, reports confirmed that the "Lovesick Girls" singer headlines the entire catalog.
Alongside the teaser photos, the fashion brand, also, showed support to their latest brand ambassador for her series project. As stated, itMICHAA sent a "coffee cart of encouragement" to the set of Snowdrop for Jisoo and the rest of the production to enjoy.
BLINKs, later on, shared their adoration, as well, toward the BLACKPINK artist for her latest achievements. Kpop Starz said that the hashtag "itMICHAA Muse Jisoo" trended on social media platforms as netizens publicized their "sweet words of exaltation" for the K-Pop star in her efforts of "slaying" her projects.
Earlier in January, Jisoo said that 2021 is a "hectic year" because of all the projects and gigs she has. But, despite focusing on her own venture, the 25-year-old South Korean celebrity "vowed and assured" her fans that she will not stop taking care of herself.
Details remain scarce about Snowdrop, though, amid the filming and shooting. Nevertheless, Jisoo's lead role for the upcoming drama went public last October.
South China Morning Post previously reported that the material will air in the first half of 2021. The BLACKPINK member stars alongside Jung Hae-in, Kim Hye-yoon, and Yoon Se-ah.
The plot is, reportedly, based on a real-life memoir of an escaped North Korean political prisoner. It follows the love story of two individuals from 1987, and consequently faces various challenges along the way. Accordingly, Snowdrop will be a blend of drama, mystery, and action.
So far, these are the latest projects that Jisoo has taken on outside BLACKPINK and the world of K-Pop. She has yet to uncover what is in store for her and the rest of her groupmates for 2021.