Proving that music knows no borders or language barriers, BLACKPINK: LIGHT UP THE SKY offers a personal look at the four members of BLACKPINK, from their years as trainees to their current global success as the most popular K-pop girl group of all time.
So, you can’t get enough BLACKPINK. You’ve watched all of the group’s record-breaking music videos. You’ve pored over their historic Coachella performance, their appearances on shows like The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and their reality shows, BLACKPINK House and 24/365 with BLACKPINK. You’ve devoured their feature-length documentary, BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky. If you’re lucky, you even managed to catch BLACKPINK live.
And yet, that’s not enough. When it comes to BLACKPINK, you still want more.
Fortunately, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa have already made hundreds of TV appearances.
In fact, BLACKPINK has popped up on TV so many times that it’s hard to keep track of everything. Even if you’re the most devoted Blink out there, chances are that something’s slipped past you. So, sit back, turn up the volume, and check out these classic BLACKPINK appearances. With luck, you’ll find something that’s new to you.
On American talk shows, musical acts rarely do more than play their biggest hits. But in South Korea, there are multiple variety shows devoted entirely to highlighting pop idols’ personalities. Singing and dancing are part of the fun, but they’re not the entire draw. On these shows, popular musicians also take part in extended interviews, play games, perform sketches, and generally let their fans get to know them as people in addition to performers.
Naturally, BLACKPINK has been on a number of these shows. BLACKPINK’s first trip to the one of the most popular, Weekly Idol, is well worth checking out. Over the course of the hour-long program, you’ll see the members of BLACKPINK perform some of their signature dances at double speed, try to sing their biggest hits acapella, and share some interesting personal anecdotes.
In addition, this episode was BLACKPINK’s very first non-musical TV appearance ever – before then, the group had never even done a televised interview. As a result, the show doubles as a basic introduction to each of the girls, and their nervous, giddy energy makes this especially appealing. New fans who want to know more after watching Light Up the Sky should find Weekly Idol pretty educational, while long-time Blinks will get a kick out of seeing BLACKPINK’s early days. Basically, no matter how long you’ve been part of the BLACKPINK family, you really can’t go wrong with this appearance.
Weekly Idol | 0:00
Men on a Mission | 2:13
Park Jin-young’s Party People | 3:40
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Record-shattering Korean girl band BLACKPINK tell their story — and detail the hard-fought journey of the dreams and trials behind their meteoric rise.