The “murderous schedule” of BLACKPINK, traveling around the world at a concerning rate 

In January alone, BLACKPINK went to Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, creating an unprecedented history among Kpop girl groups. Nevertheless, the group’s schedule is simply jaw-dropping, filled with constant concert performance and traveling on the plane, with barely any time to recharge. As a result, many people are concerned about the health status of BLACKPINK. 

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BLACKPINK held a concert in Hong Kong on January 7th and 8th, followed by a Bangkok concert on January 13th and 15th. On the 19th, the girl group left for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, performing a concert there on the 20th, a charity concert in Paris on the 25th, and another concert in Abu Dhabi on the 28th. 

At the same time, BLACKPINK are ambassadors highly favored by fashion brands, and so often flew to different countries for fashion events. For instance, Jisoo attended the Dior 2023 Spring-Summer Haute Couture Fashion Show held at the Rodin Museum in Paris, France on January 23rd. Of course, the girl group received ultra-super-special treatment wherever they went. 

The very next day, BLACKPINK arrived in Paris. The group participated as headliners at “Le Gala des Pieces Jaunes”, a special charity concert of the French Hospital Foundation charity foundation, which is led by First Lady Brigitte Macron. Here, BLACKPINK delivered outstanding stages of their latest songs, “Pink Venom” and “Shut Down”. 


BLACKPINK was also the main character at the after-show event. Here, French President Emmanuel Macron, First Lady Brigitte Macron, and Tiffany’s Vice President Alexandre Arnault, who invited BLACKPINK, said, “The proceeds from ticket sales for this event and all funds raised for this concert will be donated to the French Hospital Foundation.” 

At the same time, he expressed special thanks to BLACKPINK members, who responded positively to the invitation despite their busy schedule, adding, “We whole-heartedly welcome BLACKPINK, who has tremendous influence around the world, to appear at such a meaningful event.”

After completing their schedule in Paris, BLACKPINK moved to Abu Dhabi, UAE, successfully completed their concert on January 28th, and returned to Korea on the afternoon of the 29th.

However, the girl group’s concert schedule after that is even more spectacular.

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In particular, BLACKPINK will resume their world tour in March, with stops in Malaysia, Taiwan, and the Philippines. Then, in April, they will perform in the US music festival Coachella, and further concert nights in Mexico and the schedule in Australia are confirmed. 

According to YG Entertainment on February 1st, BLACKPINK will hold additional “BORN PINK” concerts in Mexico City  on April 26th, Melbourne on June 10th and 11th, and Sydney on June 16th and 17th.

Also, the Australian schedule is noteworthy in that it is BLACKPINK’s first return there in 4 years since 2019, and their concert will be held in an arena-level venue that is twice as large as the last tour. 

In addition, it was confirmed that BLACKPINK will participate as headliners at the Hyde Park British Summertime Festival in England in July.

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Finally, as hot stars in the advertising world, BLACKPINK will have to handle delayed advertising schedules whenever they stay in Korea. It is no exaggeration to say that the girl group’s constant activities are “murderous”. 

Regarding this, Industry insiders advised, “As (BLACKPINK) are superstars, they should pay special attention to health care.”

On the other hand, it is known that BLACKPINK’s exclusive contract with YG Entertainment will expire this year, raising curiosity if the girl group will renew their contract. 

Source: Daum 

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