BLACKPINK is famous for always having jaw-dropping music videos that accompany their title tracks. From “WHISTLE”…
…to “Kill This Love”…
…to “DDU-DU DDU-DU” and more, they never overused computer graphics.
What BLINKs see on screen is almost exactly what the members see while filming on set as well—smoke, fire, tanks, and all.
In a recent interview with KIIS FM, they delved deeper into this topic of having magnificent sets. Jennie chose one that from their recent BORN PINK album that made each and every one of them amazed.
It was none other than the jungle set that they filmed in for the ending scene of “PINK VENOM.” Dressed in combat style outfits, the four members were filmed dancing in the middle of a man made pond surrounded by trees, bushes, and vines.
The haunting atmosphere was accentuated by red-purple lighting and a fog machine.
Though every scene was memorable, it was the one where they were together at the end that was the icing on top of the already-high budget cake.
In terms of the groove shots, we were all really amazed when we walked into the last dance break scene. The jungle was looking so real.
The props, lighting, and other little details in the jungle scene left them all awed. For the first time during the shoot, BLACKPINK was convinced that the “Pink Venom” music video could be filmed in that one area and it would still turn out great.
We felt like we needed to shoot the whole video just in that one spot. So the fact that we saved it so we could do the dance break there was good.
They also mentioned how thankful they were that their individual shots were well curated. In general, the girls felt that the shoot was “all a good experience.”
I think for Pink Venom, we had really amazing sets individually so we put a lot of thoughts into that, on bringing the ‘venom’ idea [with] how each member has a different image.
Check out the full video below to learn more about the members.