Trouble after trouble, Jisoo’s “Snowdrop” is in danger of being banned from broadcasting while waiting for an official response from the Blue House.

“Snowdrop” can be said to be the most unlucky drama in Korean showbiz. And the person who is greatly influenced is Jisoo (Blackpink).

Blackpink‘s Jisoo is considered the most unlucky female idol this year. Because compared to other members in the group, she does not have a solo debut music project. Instead, the female idol was chosen to play the lead role in “Snowdrop“. Before that, her fans also simultaneously asked YG to pay more attention to Jisoo because she has fewer personal activities compared to other members of the group.

Snowdrop being banned from broadcasting

In 2021, it can be said that “Snowdrop” is considered the nail project of Jisoo. Fans also hope that she will impress the public when taking on the lead role of a famous work for the first time. Jisoo, on the other hand, has been plagued by troubles since the filmmaker announced the project. The film was specifically accused of distorting history. Then there were rumors that Jisoo got the role thanks to YG’s power. After that, the director of the drama had to make these issues clear.

Snowdrop being banned from broadcasting

Recently, even though it only aired the first episode, “Snowdrop” has received many mixed opinions. Korean viewers have sent a “Request to stop broadcasting Snowdrop” to the Blue House. Meanwhile, the online petition site quickly spread like wildfire, and by the time episode 2 was airing, the petition had reached 200,000 signs by 11:10 pm. If a petition exceeds 200,000 markers, the relevant government agencies are required to respond to and address the petition’s request. Many people worry that Snowdrop will be discontinued because of these controversies.

Snowdrop being banned from broadcasting

Recently, JTBC had to restrict the audience’s comments because most Koreans’ negative comments. This made the station even get harsher criticized. Furthermore, the fact that Nielsen Korea, the website that distributes Korean program ratings, was down for December 19 sparked suspicions that JTBC had instructed this site to change the rating number of “Snowdrop.”

Snowdrop being banned from broadcasting

Meanwhile, some sponsors have withdrawn their contracts one by one. This is a bad sign for Snowdrop and the actors, especially Jisoo, who just debuted as an actress.

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