Gear up BLACKPINK fans, as your fandom is about to reach new heights as Netflix announces something that’ll get your hearts palpating fast.
A new documentary revolving around BLACKPINK titled ‘Light Up’ is set to premiere on Netflix on 14 October.
The documentary’s debut is also in line with the girl group’s first full-length album drop that is scheduled to be released two weeks prior.
According to Entertainment Weekly
, ‘Light Up’ will be Netflix’s first ever K-pop documentary and to commemorate the milestone, the streaming platform makes the four members of Blackpink — Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rosé into Netflix profile icons.
Soon, you'll get to pretend that you’re sharing an account with all four girls.
So, what can you expect from BLACKPINK’s documentary?
The documentary is directed by Caroline Suh and will feature never-before-seen footages of Blackpink members from their trainee days to the global fame they’ve achieved today.
You’ll get a glimpse of the ups and downs of being in a Korean idol group and also the iconic 2019 Coachella performance.
With just a few more weeks to go, don’t forget to save the date, Blinks! This is one documentary you don’t want to miss.