As a famous Kpop girl group with worldwide influence, BLACKPINK are often invited to events all around the world.
BLACKPINK, with their large number of fans and global influence, often receives overseas schedules, especially luxury brand events. However, fans of the group seem to never know where in the world BLACKPINK is, nor when they are flying.
Recently, BLACKPINK Rosé is assumed to be all the way in London, UK. In particular, according to the female idol’s Instagram posts, she may be attending Tiffany & Co.’s launching event for their new collection. However, how, and when did Rosé fly all the way to London is a whole other question.
Prior to Rosé, BLACKPINK Lisa also took fans by complete surprise when she suddenly appeared in a Bvlgari event in France. Her schedule was apparently confirmed last minute, and YG only announced her appearance on D-Day.
In early June, Korean media reported that Jisoo and Rosé appeared at the VIP premiere of the movie “Broker”. However, the two idols didn’t attend the photo corner, leading to fans accusing new sites of media play. It was not until the end of the event, when photos and videos of Jisoo and Rosé waving fans goodbye were released, that BLINKs (fans of BLACKPINK) finally believed the media.
In April, Jisoo also secretly attended Cartier’s event in Korea. At that time, she did not reveal this schedule or take any pictures on the red carpet. It was not until Cartier announced that BLACKPINK’s member was the brand’s new Ambassador that the images of the female idol at this show were spread.
At the end of 2021, Jennie and Rosé also silently flew to the US without revealing to the fans. It was not until some fans caught the two shopping at a mall that this information was revealed. In addition, a few days later, Lisa also suddenly went to the US to meet DJ Snake.
BLACKPINK has many times carried out group and individual schedules in secret, which surprised fans. This also partly demonstrates YG Entertainment’s good information security and the company’s respect for idols’ privacy.