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BLACKPINK starts ticketing for Seoul concert, “anyone in the world can reserve tickets”

General reservations for BLACKPINK’s World Tour [BORN PINK] in Seoul will begin soon. 

After pre-sales for fanclub membership closed, general sales for BLACKPINK’s World Tour [BORN PINK] in Seoul will commence at 8:00 PM (KST) on August 31st via Interpark Tickets. 

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Unlike the pre-booking that was previously exclusive for BLINK MEMBERSHIP subscribers, anyone around the world can purchase tickets from general sales, so fierce competition for ticketing is expected.

In particular, fans from all over the world are heating up after BLACKPINK proved their overwhelming stage presence through the recently held 2022 MTV Video Music Awards (MTV VMAs) and YG’s own production broadcast.

BLACKPINK’s beautiful visuals also captured the attention of fans once again. In the poster released on this day, BLACKPINK unleashed their sexy charisma and fatal charms as they adorned pink-toned outfits.

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BLACKPINK’s first performance of their world tour will be held on October 15th and 16th at KSPO DOME, Olympic Park, Seoul. Starting with this performance, they plan to attract a total of 1.5 million audiences to their concert nights in North America, Europe, Asia and Oceania.

Seating at the Seoul concert hall consists of three types: Platinum Pink, BLINK Plus, and BLINK Standard.

Platinum Pink and BLINK Plus tickets both include sound-check benefits, while special goods will be presented to Platinum Pink.

BLACKPINK is about to drop their 2nd full album “BORN PINK” on September 16th. The album’s pre-release song, “Pink Venom”, has come in 2nd on the Spotify Top Song global weeking chart, the highest song among all Kpop tracks released by female artists.

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In addition, the song topped both the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global 200 (Excld. the US). In addition, it entered the Billboard Hot 100 at No.22 and the UK Official Chart for the first time, confirming BLACKPINK’s strong presence in the mainstream pop market.

Source: wikitree

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