BlackPink World Tour [BORN PINK] In Cinemas First Official Trailer Released


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Join BLINKS across the globe to relive the electrifying energy of the global Top 10 tour that captivated 1.8 million fans worldwide and earned BLACKPINK the highest-grossing tour from a female group in history. BLACKPINK’s BORN PINK WORLD TOUR supported the chart-topping album, BORN PINK, the first by a K-Pop girl group to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

BLACKPINK, first captivated the public with their debut single (SQUARE ONE) released in August 2016, and have since become the world's top girl group by making hits with each release such as "DDU-DU-DU DDU-DU" and "Kill This Love."

Since their debut BLACKPINK have wrote a unique new history with their second full-length album [BORN PINK], which was released in 2022. The album has set the record of 2.82 million copies of sales volume, letting BLACKPINK the honor to have the title as the first K-pop girl group to become a 'double million-seller'. The album also topped the U.S. Billboard 200 and the U.K. official album charts at the same time. This is the first achievement of an Asian female artist and also is the first milestone in 21 years among every girl group around the world.

In another first, BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] IN CINEMAS premieres in more than 110 countries, marking the largest ever global cinema event release for a female group.

Featuring the iconic “Hanok” set that has mesmerized fans and press worldwide, the film showcases an unprecedented production scale, presenting exclusive versions of BLACKPINK’s hit songs unique to this concert. It includes performances from Seoul’s Gocheok Dome alongside footage from cities across the global tour.

Presented in theaters worldwide Trafalgar Releasing (global, excluding Korea & Japan), CJ 4DPlex (Korea), and AVEX (Japan). Directed by Yoondong Oh and Geun Min. 

Tickets are on sale for BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] IN CINEMAS now at BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] IN CINEMAS will have limited screenings starting July 31.

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Kirsty Bright

A UK freelance writer, who stumbled into the land of Kpop while studying Korean. Her bias groups are BTS and Seventeen, but she loves a range of groups and finding new artists to listen to! Contact on Insta: @kirstybright_ Portfolio:

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