Jisoo in Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman

Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman is one of the Korean films that BLINKs (BLACKPINK fans) have been waiting for. The reason is, this mystery thriller genre film features Jisoo BLACKPINK as a cameo.

The owner of the real name Kim Ji Soo suddenly appeared towards the climax with a perfect visual performance that made the audience blink. So, who is BLACKPINK’s Jisoo character in the film Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman? Check out the explanation below!

Warning, this article contains spoilers!

1. Appears as a traditional Korean fairy

Jisoo in Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman

Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman follows the story of Dr. Cheon (Kang Dong Won), a fake ghost exorcist, ends up actually dealing with mystical things. To save Yoo Kyung (Esom) and her sister, Dr. Cheon asks for guidance from a shaman or psychic played by Park Jung Min.

The shaman turned out to be possessed by a traditional Korean fairy, played by Jisoo BLACKPINK. Suddenly appearing in a white hanbok, Jisoo BLACKPINK’s charm succeeded in making the audience widen their eyes until they had difficulty blinking. Like a real fairy with radiant and radiant visuals!

2. Proofing that Yoo Kyung can see invisible creatures

Jisoo in Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman

Jisoo BLACKPINK as a fairy can only be witnessed by Yoo Kyung. This also proves that Yoo Kyung does have magic eyes that can see various types of invisible creatures, including fairies.

Not only did she pamper the audience through perfect visuals as a fairy, Jisoo BLACKPINK also succeeded in entertaining the audience through her hilarious scenes with In Bae (Lee Dong Hwi). Even though it was short, their acting chemistry succeeded in lightening the atmosphere.

3. The director said Jisoo BLACKPINK’s visuals were suitable for playing a fairy character

Jisoo in Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman

Jisoo’s appearance on Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman was actually leaked by director Kim Sung Sik at a film press conference some time ago. According to him, the singer of the song “Flower” has visuals that are suitable for playing a traditional South Korean fairy character.

“I was looking for an actor who fit the image of a fairy and I thought of Jisoo after watching the drama Snowdrop,” said Kim Sung Sik as reported by Newsen on Tuesday (19/9/2023).

Even though she appears as a cameo, Jisoo’s character as a fairy is shown in great detail. Even the fairy paintings displayed in the film also resemble Jisoo’s visuals. Who has watched Jisoo’s perfect performance in the film Dr. Cheon and the Lost Talisman as traditional South Korean fairies?

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