At her recent appearance at Incheon Airport on December 4, BLACKPINK's Jisoo excitedly confirmed her role in the much-anticipated drama “Influenza,” announcing that filming is scheduled to begin this month.
A fan's playful request to be a zombie extra in the drama led to an intriguing response from Jisoo. She mentioned the demanding nature of the roles, citing the need for action training, subtly revealing the drama's action-intensive storyline and further fueling fan anticipation for the upcoming project.
Jisoo also addressed the curiosity surrounding the official casting announcement. While the exact release date remains unknown, she assured fans of her proactive involvement in sharing updates, keeping the eager audience informed and engaged.
“Influenza,” set to be released on Coupang Play, is based on the novel of the same name by author Han Sang-woon. The story unfolds in the backdrop of a high-rise building in Seoul, focusing on the struggles of soldier Jaeyoon and his girlfriend Yeongju as they battle a zombie horde. “Influenza” also features the participation of Han Jin Won, the screenwriter behind the Oscar-winning film “Parasite.”