iQiyi Original Korean drama series starring Gianna Jun and Ju Ji-hoon, and created by director Lee Eung-bok (Descendants of The Sun, Guardian: The Lonely and Great God) and writer Kim Eun-hee (Signal, Kingdom), presents its latest cast stills today (October 8th).
[Press Release] BLACKPINK sends love to their fans and thanks Globe for bringing them closer to Filipino fans
Globe Kmmunity made it possible for BLACKPINK to be connected with their fans with the “Show You Like That: An Exclusive Show for the Ultimate Globe Fans” event last June 18.
The one and only OT4, JENNIE, JISOO, ROSÉ AND LISA, delivered their messages to their loyal BLACKPINK fans in the Philippines and thanked Globe for the wonderful opportunity to be reunited with their fans despite the distance.
“In the video you guys said that “We’ll always stay forever with BLACKPINK,” and I want you guys to know that we’re always thinking of you and counting the days until we can come see you again. So let’s all cheer up and get through this together. I miss you guys so much,” said JENNIE.
“Thanks to Globe for making this possible so that we can meet our fans in the Philippines. It made me realize how much our fans miss us and how much we miss them,” said JISOO.
“Thank you for the lovely gifts, the wonderful cover videos, and the sweetest messages. All these made me want to see our fans even more. I had such a great time, and thanks to Globe for organizing this event for us,” said ROSÉ.
“I’m so sad that [this event is] over but glad that we were able to do so many things together. Thank you all and I miss you so much,” said LISA.
Globe Kmmunity prepared exciting surprises and activities for BLACKPINK to do on the exclusive show such as unboxing a balikbayan box filled with Filipino items, designing their own Globe At Home x BLACKPINK WiFi modems, and reacting to the awesome cover dances of their fans.
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June is all about education in the Philippines, as it traditionally marks the beginning of classes in school. While the pandemic has changed the times and the way students learn and take their classes, Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines’ lineup will surely bring out the students in every Filipino, through its education-themed activities for the month of June!