‘Squid Game”s Jung Ho-yeon on BLACKPINK’s Jennie: “I wondered how such an angel could exist”

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Jung visited the set while filming the K-pop idol hit series

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squid game Actress Jung Ho-yeon has opened up about her close friendship with Blackpink member Jenny.

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Jung has gained significant international recognition after his breakout role at Netflix squid game, which is well on its way to become the streaming platform’s “biggest show ever”. Notably, the show is also the model-turned-actress’ first acting role.

In a recent interview herald pope, the actress opened up about her longtime friendship with the K-pop idol. “Jenny was happy for me ever since I told her I was cast in it” squid game, ”said Jung, as translated sumpy. “He sent me a coffee truck, and he also actively encouraged me by uploading it to his social media.”

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The actress had shared a picture of the pair squid game Just set last week. Additionally, the BLACKPINK rapper has uploaded several pictures and videos of squid game merchandise on her Instagram stories since the series premiered last month.

“Jenny is always on my list of people I am thankful for when I act” squid game. He greeted me with such joy, as if my happiness were his, that I wondered how there could be such an angel,” Jung said.

In a September interview with netflix koreaThe series’ lead actor, Lee Jung-jae, also expressed surprise at Jung’s friendship with Jenny. “I can’t really call myself a fan of BLACKPINK, but Ho-Yeon and Jenny are great friends,” said the industry veteran.

“Jenny actually came to visit us with a coffee truck, and I was like ‘Wow! That’s Jenny from Blackpink!’ It was cool,” Lee revealed.

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in other squid game News, Netflix has come under fire for “butching” the English subtitle for the series. “The dialogue was so well written and zero of it was preserved,” claimed fluent Korean speaker and TikTok user Youngmi Meyer, who alleged that the subtitles on the English version are “so bad” that they are often written in the original script. lose meaning.

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