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BLACKPINK’s JISOO Honored in ADWEEK’s Prestigious 2024 The Creative 100 List

BLACKPINK’s JISOO has made history by being included in ADWEEK’s prestigious The Creative 100 list for 2024. This recognition highlights her as a K-pop artist who has significantly influenced advertising, music, television, visual arts, cinema, streaming, and marketing.

ADWEEK, a renowned American advertising publication, annually publishes The Creative 100 list to celebrate the most innovative and inspiring talents. This year, JISOO stands out as the only K-pop artist on the list, recognized for her remarkable contributions and her role as a K-pop superstar. She is also acknowledged as the founder of the South Korean record label and entertainment agency, Blisoo.

Blackpink’s JISOO Honored on The Creative 100 List.

With the tagline “Talented people who moved the public and are Paving the Way for the New Generation,” ADWEEK’s website dedicates a segment to JISOO’s solo career. The publication praises her ongoing rise as an artist and her ability to inspire millions worldwide.

This accolade adds to JISOO’s impressive portfolio, further cementing her status as a global icon. Fans and industry peers alike are celebrating her achievement, recognizing her talent and influence in the creative industry.

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