Jisoo shared untold stories in BLACKPINK’s recent interview with Rolling Stone.
Jisoo talked about her leg injury
At the beginning of the interview, Jisoo honestly shared that she was not feeling too well. She didn’t have a good sleep the previous night and just fell asleep early in the morning. After finishing the interview, Jisoo said she would head to the hospital because of her leg injury after bumping it against the door. Although she didn’t break it, she was suffering from the pain for a month.
She mentioned BLACKPINK’s upcoming comeback, saying it’s lucky that the girls are still in the middle of recording and have yet to start practicing the dance. So she doesn’t have to use her legs yet.
Jisoo wants to live overseas if she no longer does BLACKPINK promotions
In the interview, Lisa said Jisoo would move to Hawaii when BLACKPINK stops being active. In this regard, Jisoo revealed she has always thought about moving to another country, and it’s not necessarily Hawaii. Jisoo added that she is a free-spirited person, which means she doesn’t like being under control. She wants to move around as she wishes.
Jisoo went on to express her positive and open attitude towards life, saying, “If people asked back then, ‘What are you going to do with your life?’ I would think to myself, ‘Well, if I can’t get a proper job, I’ll get part-time gigs, leech from my parents, stay at their place! I’ll save some money, go off to play somewhere using that money, and eventually, I’ll find something I want to do!”.
Music means a lot to Jisoo
Jisoo confidently said she feels proud having been living with music for 10 years. She showed her love for BLACKPINK’s music, saying it would be difficult to keep moving forward without it. Music carried more meaning for Jisoo after she started preparing for and working on BLACKPINK’s songs.
She also has deep thoughts as to how her music can have a positive impact on others’ lives. Jisoo shared that she listened to music when enduring tough times, and she hopes BLACKPINK’s music can help everyone overcome their own hardships.