BLACKPINK Explains How They Improved Their Relationship With Fans After The Pandemic Struck
The pandemic may have hindered close contact with fans, but that hasn’t stopped BLACKPINK from interacting with them in other ways!
BLACKPINK recently sat down for an interview with Bloomberg Quicktake, where they discussed their language choice in their latest songs and their future plans, among others.
The girls were also asked how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their recent promotions. Jisoo spoke for the rest of the group when she gave her two cents on the matter, saying both the positives and negatives of the situation.
She started off by expressing regret at being unable to see their fans as often as usual.
On the bright side, they were able to return with a full-length album and come up with more online content.
But we tried to come back with new songs more often, and we’re trying to create new contents for our fans on social media.
Because of the pandemic, they began experimenting with new ways to interact with fans: “I think we tried new ways to interact with our fans this time“.
BLINKs may not be able to attend a concert or fansign in person, but the girls did their best to meet them in other ways.
In related news, Bloomberg recently named BLACKPINK the “Biggest Pop Group In The World” after they reached #1 on the renowned media and analysis company’s musician ranking.
Watch the full interview below.
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