Fans are LOVING Jisoo's new look. They even compared her to Sandara Park! What do you think?
24 Oct 2017 - 10:06 AM  UPDATED 24 Oct 2017 - 10:33 AM

Each Black Pink member have established themselves as some of the most fashionable idols in K-pop today, and Jisoo just shook things up big time (for her) by getting a new hair do!

In a new post on Black Pink's Instagram, Jisoo shared a few photos of herself rocking some super-cute braids. Considering that we've only really seen her with one general hairstyle since she debuted, this is quite the big change!

Given how different this look is, not to mention how cute Jisoo is anyway, fans are absolutely LOVING her new hairstyle and have been showering the Black Pink member with love and compliments.

  • Definitely the prettiest female celebrity YG has ever put out
  • Looks good even with that hair style ㅋㅋ so pretty~ she looks all natural too
  • All of her features look so pretty together... wow...
  • She's pretty in such a nice way ㅋㅋㅋ the type of face in-laws would love to see at dinner
  • People are always comparing her to Sandara Park but she has way more star potential with MCing than Sandara, dances better, and has a good vocal tone. Black Pink overall is talented which makes her look less so by comparison but she's good.
  • She kinda looks like Sandara... similar personalities too. The only difference is that Jisoo seems more aware of what styles look good on her than Sandara.

What do you think of Jisoo's new hairstyle?


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