[YG-LIFE] 171220 EXCLUSIVE: BLACKPINK Will Present A Re-Arranged Version of ‘SO HOT’ on SBS Gayo Daejun, Praises From Park Jin Young

Girl-group BLACKPINK will present a special stage for the fans.

According to OSEN’s coverage on December 20, BLACKPINK will perform a rearranged version of ‘SO HOT’ by Wonder Girls in ‘2017 SBS Gayo Daejun’, which will take place in Seoul Gocheok Dome on December 25.

Related officials have informed that YANG HYUN SUK himself played the rearranged version of ‘SO HOT’ to Park Jin Young, the original composer, and Park Jin Young allowed BLACKPINK to use the song while admiring the new version by stating, “That’s TEDDY”.


It will be a special Christmas gift from BLACKPINK for the fans, before they release their new single next year. BLACKPINK is currently practicing the new choreography for the song they will be performing. People are already paying keen attention on how BLACKPINK will re-interpret ‘SO HOT’ by Wonder Girls with their unique style, and the great sensation they will bring with the performance.

BLACKPINK who made debut last year, dominated the music charts as soon as they made debut and became a top-class girl-group. They already released 4 music videos with over 100 million views within a year, including ‘WHISTLE’, ‘BOOMBAYAH’, ‘PLAYING WITH FIRE’, and ‘AS IF IT’S YOUR LAST’, marking their presence to the public at a fast pace.

The music video for ‘AS IF IT’S YOUR LAST’ recently hit 200 million views, proving their status as a ‘monster rookie’. They are planning to make comeback to the K-Pop scene in 7 months on January next year, and is expected to bring back the BLACKPINK wave, once again.

Source: YG-Life

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