Another big milestone!
YG Entertainment announced that the four-piece girl will be touring three cities around Japan, holding six concerts in total. Starting off at the Osaka-jo Hall in Osaka,
"This concert tour is particularly meaningful as it has barely been a year since
This particular concert tour will entertain around 66,000
BLACKPINK's popularity in Japan was proven in July last year when their debut showcase proved to be a huge success with 14,000 seats being sold out instantly. Their eponymous Japanese debut album released in September topped the Oricon chart.
The K-pop girl group has recently finished recording their new album and is preparing for their comeback.
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