The name of BLACKPINK's Lisa is on a new flower... The researcher is grateful for "helping me", and is extremely popular in her home country

April 13, 2023


On April 13, according to the Thai media "Bangkok Post", a research team from Chiang Mai University discovered a new kind of flowering plant.

This is found in the Narathiwat province in southern Thailand. The flowers of the Annuaceae plant, found in the southern province of Thailand, have an elongated shape. It has a strong aroma.

The university's research team took the scientific name of the plant from Larisa Manoban, the real name of BLACKPINK's Thai member Lisa, and named the final scientific name "Friesodielsia lalisae".

In this post, "Aren't you tired of the word "beautiful"? But you're really beautiful", "Is it okay for humans to be this beautiful?" In addition to praise comments such as "Hmm", there were comments such as "Do you sleep outside even if you go abroad?" Han So Hee previously posted a picture of her sleeping outside while she was drunk and became a hot topic.

In addition, Han So Hee is starring in the Netflix series "Gyeongseong Creature" scheduled to be released in the second half of this year.

Set in the spring of 1945, this work tells the story of a young man and woman living in a gloomy and troubled time, who confront monsters created by human greed. In addition to Han So-hee, Park Seo-joon, Kim Soo-hyun, Kim Hae-sook, Jo Han-cheol, and Wi Ha-jun will also appear.

◇Han So Hee Profile

Born November 18, 1994. Born in Ulsan, South Korea. She entered the entertainment world in 2016 with SHINee's song "Tell Me What To Do" music video appearance, and she made her debut as a full-fledged actress in the drama "Waiting for you" in 2017. She has appeared in many topical works such as the dramas "Kane no Hana - The Man Who Closed Love", "100 Days of Your Life", "Abyss", "Wake It Out", and "My Name: Lies and Revenge". Since her debut, she has worked as a commercial model for various companies such as major food manufacturers and cosmetics manufacturers.