BLACKPINK is set to conclude the grandest K-pop girl group world tour with a dazzling finale in Seoul.

On the 16th, YG Entertainment confirmed that the 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] FINALE IN SEOUL' will take place over two days on September 16th and 17th. This marks the culmination of a tour that started last year and spanned roughly 11 months, turning 41 cities worldwide into a sea of pink, and will now conclude in Seoul.

A completely different setlist and stage from their previous Seoul concert last year have been teased. It will incorporate the highly-praised performances from the 'Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival' which showcased Korea's unique beauty. Fans can expect a diverse and high-quality show.

Particularly, the concert on the 17th will be live-streamed online, drawing significant attention. This move ensures that BLINKs (the fandom name) worldwide, who cannot attend in person, will still have an opportunity to feel the passion and emotions of the live event, and high anticipation is expected.

Offline tickets for the 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] FINALE IN SEOUL' will go on pre-sale at 8 pm on August 29th through Interpark Tickets. BLINK MEMBERSHIP holders can participate, with pre-registrations available through Weverse. General ticket sales will commence at 7 pm on September 1st. Live streaming tickets can be purchased on Weverse Shop starting at 8 pm on August 29th.

YG Entertainment expressed, "We are delighted to connect with fans in Korea, where the tour began. Above all, the members were very keen on the Seoul encore. Both the staff and the artists are pouring their hearts out for the best stage. The concert venue will be announced later."

In other news, BLACKPINK's ongoing 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR 'BORN PINK'' has already attracted approximately 1.75 million attendees, marking it the largest scale for a K-pop girl group. Starting on the 11th (local time) in New Jersey, they are engaging with U.S. fans again through stadium tours in four North American cities including Las Vegas, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.