BLACKPINK Begin their World Tour in Seoul with Jennie Performing an Unreleased Solo Song

Check out the, videos, and setlist from BLACKPINK’s global tour kickoff in Seoul, where member Jennie performed a brand-new solo song for the first time ever.

Saturday, October 15th, at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena in South Korea, the K-pop band began their tour in support of their second studio album, Born Pink. Yesterday (October 16) was BLACKPINK’s second and final show at the venue before they go to North America for a string of performances.

As 2022 winds down, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, all members of the band, will travel to Europe. In 2023, the band will also visit Singapore and Thailand for performances.

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According to reports, “the largest international tour in the history of a K-pop female group,” it is.

The 23-song set that BLACKPINK performed includes many songs from their latest album as well as fan favorites and debuts from individual members of the group. Songs like “Typa Girl” and “Yeah Yeah Yeah” from “Born Pink” and “Hard to Love” by Rosé were among them.

The track “Moonlight,” which Jennie performed alone, has not yet been released. You may watch that performance, along with others, in the videos below.

The K-pop group began their tour on October 15 at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena in South Korea, in support of their second studio album, Born Pink. Today (October 16), BLACKPINK will perform a second gig at the venue before going to North America for a string of shows.

The year 2022 will conclude with a European tour by Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. Their 2023 tour will also include stops in Australia, Singapore, and Thailand.

BLACKPINK performed the following track list at the concert:

BLACKPINK’s setlist:

‘How You Like That’
‘Pretty Savage’
‘Don’t Know What To Do’
‘Lovesick Girls’
Kill This Love
‘Crazy Over You’
‘Playing With Fire’
‘Pink Venom’
‘Liar’ (Camila Cabello cover) (Jisoo, solo)
‘Moonlight’ (Jennie, solo, unreleased)
‘Hard To Love’ (Rosé, solo)
‘On The Ground’ (Rosé, solo)
‘LALISA’ (Lisa, solo)
‘MONEY’ (Lisa, solo)
‘Shut Down’
‘Typa Girl’
‘Forever Young’
‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’
‘As If It’s Your Last’

BLACKPINK made history last month by becoming the first all-female K-pop act to enter No. 1 on the Billboard 200 list.

The group’s second studio album, titled “Born Pink,” debuted at number one on Billboard’s weekly Billboard 200 albums list for the week of September 22. The album was released on September 25. In doing so, BLACKPINK has made history as the first female K-pop act ever and the first all-female group to do so since 2008.

The trio has also made history by being nominated for Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards, which will take place next month.

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