BLACKPINK, the globally renowned K-pop girl group, is currently facing intense scrutiny regarding their discography. Fans and netizens alike are dubbing the group's musical journey as a "scam," sparking widespread discussions online.
In a recent turn of events that has sent shockwaves through the K-pop community, the contractual ties binding the iconic girl group, BLACKPINK, to YG Entertainment are nearing their end. This development has ignited a whirlwind of speculation about the individual and collective futures of the group's members.
Amidst the looming contract renewal of BLACKPINK members (Jennie, Rosé, Jisoo, Lisa), even the slightest news related to them makes YG Entertainment's stock price jittery. On the 21st, when rumors spread that the members might be signing with different agencies, YG Entertainment's stock price plummeted to 69,200 KRW. The previous day, it had closed at 79,800 KRW, marking a 13.28% drop in just one day. The day's lowest point even reached 67,500 KRW.
The globally acclaimed girl group, BLACKPINK, is currently in discussions regarding their contract renewal with YG Entertainment. Amidst the surging interest, the global stature of both BLACKPINK and YG Entertainment is once again under the spotlight.
In a candid episode of Star Road, BLACKPINK's leading ladies, Jisoo and Jennie, delved deep into a friendly quiz, aiming to unveil the mysteries of their ideal romantic partners. The twist? Determining if their answers would mirror their actual preferences.
For 11 months, BLACKPINK toured 34 cities worldwide, delivering 66 performances. Now, they've wrapped up their extensive 'journey' in Seoul. To put their fan engagement into perspective, they met 1.8 million fans during this period - that's more than the combined populations of Gangwon Province and Jeju Island.