[YG-LIFE] 180323 BLACKPINK’s First Reality ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ Surpasses 80 Million Views, Maintains Popularity Even After Curtains Close

BLACKPINK’s first reality program ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ maintained its popularity even after the show ended, and surpassed a total of 80 million accumulated views.

‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ revealed through YouTube and Naver V LIVE surpassed a total of 80 million accumulated views as of March 23, 8 AM. Although the show closed its curtains on the 18th with the 11th episode, the global popularity of ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ remains.

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The program reached 80 million views in 75 days and 11 hours. Since the show surpassed 70 million views 9 days ago, 10 million accumulated views were added. Thanks to the episodes that display individual charms of BLACKPINK members, the view count is still increasing even though the program ended.

The first episode of ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ started out by surpassing 10 million views in 5 days. As new episodes were released every week, they were ranked high in Asian Naver V LIVE Charts in countries including Japan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Furthermore, the program was also placed at V LIVE charts in European and South American countries including Brazil, Spain, and Mexico, indicating global popularity of the show.

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BLACKPINK was able to get closer to the public through ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ by revealing their variety of charms, different from the girl-crush aspects they used to display on stage. They gathered new fans and broke free from their previous mystic and luxurious image.

Meanwhile, the ‘12th episode’ of ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ will be revealed for the fans as a special broadcast if the total accumulated views surpass 88 million.

The entire K-Pop scene is currently paying keen attention to BLACKPINK as they have recently finished recording their new album and are preparing to make comeback.

Source: YG-Life

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