Which BLACKPINK Member are you?

What is the significance of the name Blackpink?

The name of the organization was chosen to provide a contrast to the image of femininity that is often linked with the color pink in popular culture. When the girl group Blackpink made its debut, their company YG Entertainment said that the name was chosen to communicate that the group represents more than just beauty. Jennie says in the opening lyrics of the song “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” that “I may seem beautiful, but I don’t behave like it,” a statement that is echoed throughout the song.

Is there anything that distinguishes Blackpink from other girl groups?

Blackpink’s catalog is small — prior to the release of “Kill This Love,” the group had released less than 20 tracks since their debut in 2016, which included the Japanese translations of their Korean hits, among other things. In spite of this, a number of their songs have not only charted on the Billboard Hot 100 but have also gone viral on the internet, with their distinctive choreographies being frequently copied by other K-pop stars and worldwide fans in dance covers.

It is their fury, which they achieve via a combination of aggressive rapping, forceful singing, and stylish style, that contributes to their popularity. Although dark and edgy ideas are not new to K-pop girl groups, Blackpink push the envelope even farther with the imagery in their music videos, such as the bejeweled tank in “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du.” Blackpink’s music videos are also filled with edgy imagery.

Who are the members of the girl group Blackpink?

Jisoo (full name: Kim Jisoo), a 24-year-old
In addition to being the group’s eldest member, Jisoo is also a vocalist who is frequently referred to be Blackpink’s mood-maker. The singer-songwriter has a unique sense of humour and has a penchant for improvising songs about anything and everything, from the weather to a desire for chicken skewers. Jisoo has been in a variety of music videos and advertisements throughout her time before joining Blackpink. Despite the fact that she is the only member of the band who can not speak English well, the singer is trilingual, being able to communicate in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese.

Jennie (full name: Kim Jennie), a 23-year-old rapper and singer who is the primary rapper for Blackpink, was a “trainee” for just short of six years, making her the member with the longest training experience. The trainee system in South Korea allows aspiring pop stars to audition with entertainment agencies in order to become trainees with the goal of one day making their debut as a performing artist. Jennie resided in New Zealand for a period of time before returning to South Korea in 2010. She is proficient in English as well as Korean and Japanese, and she has a bachelor’s degree in English. Blackpink’s debut standalone single, named “SOLO,” was released by her as a solo artist before any other member of the group. The music video demonstrated her versatility as a rapper and vocalist, while also establishing her as a fashion star, as shown by the more than 20 different costumes she wore during the three-minute film.

Park Chaeyoung Rosé (full name: Park Chaeyoung), 22.
Rosé was born in New Zealand and reared in Australia, where she competed in YG Entertainment’s auditions and placed first, and she is proficient in both English and her native language. She is the primary vocalist for the ensemble, and her unique voice is easily distinguishable. Rosé is a musician who plays the guitar and the piano, and she often performs versions of both English and Korean songs. The singer-songwriter recently released a rendition of Halsey’s “Eyes Closed” on her birthday as a birthday present to her fans, saying, “This is such an emotional song and I remember needing some of the healing that this song brings to me when I recorded it.” Hope you had as much fun singing along with it as much as I enjoyed recording it.”

Lisa (full name: Lalisa/Pranpriya Manoban) is a 22-year-old woman.
Lisa, the group’s youngest member (also known as “maknae”), is the group’s primary dancer and choreographer. After growing up in Thailand, Lisa joined a dance team when she was only a child, and eventually auditioned for a position as a K-pop idol trainee. Lisa is fluent in Thai, as well as English, Japanese, and rudimentary Chinese. She is also learning Korean, which she began learning after relocating to South Korea in 2011. In spite of the fact that Lisa can also rap and sing, it is the “focused camera” recordings of her dancing, which are comprised of a mix of fluid body rolls, sharp hits and enthralling facial expressions, that are often the topic of Blackpink’s viral videos.

What factors contributed to Blackpink’s ascent to fame?

With the release of the single album Square One, which included two songs — “Whistle” and “Boombayah,” Blackpink made their formal debut in 2016. As the first girl group to emerge from YG Entertainment, the major company that is home to powerhouse groups such as BIGBANG and 2NE1, in seven years, the group’s debut was highly anticipated in the K-pop scene. Blackpink was the first girl group to emerge from YG Entertainment, the major company that is home to powerhouse groups such as BIGBANG and 2NE1, in seven years. Their first single, “Boombayah,” established them as the quickest musical artist to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s World Digital Songs list at the time, and their popularity continued with further releases over the next year.

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The K-pop girl group Blackpink reached a new level of worldwide recognition in 2018 after their song “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” and EP Square Up helped them to become the most successful K-pop female group on Billboard’s Hot 100 list. “Ddu-Du Ddu Du” peaked at No. 55 on the Billboard Hot 100, topping Wonder Girls’ English version of the song “Nobody,” which peaked at No. 76 in 2009. Square Up debuted at No. 40 on the Billboard 200, while “Ddu-Du Ddu Du” peaked at No. 55 on the Billboard Hot 100. A few months later, the trio worked with Dua Lipa on the single “Kiss and Make Up,” which helped the group reach a new audience with a multilingual song that has had more than 200 million plays on Spotify to this day.

When Blackpink secured a deal with Interscope Records and Universal Music Group in October, it became clear that the group had the ability to expand their worldwide reach. YG Entertainment entered into a partnership with the label with the aim of promoting the group on a global scale. A few months later, Blackpink made their television debut in the United States with a performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, followed by a performance on Good Morning America.

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What’s for Breakfast, Unnie?

    • Pancakes, want some?
    • I don’t know… toast?
    • Make it yourself, I’m too lazy.
    • I made some eggs, just wait 5 minutes for plating.
    • Breakfast is overrated, right?
    • I’m thinking Brunch!
    • Let’s go to a restaurant.
  • Question of

    Unnie, wanna watch something BLACKPINK with me?

    • BLACKPINK House. It gets me really nostalgic.
    • BLACKPINK Diaries! I was so happy all the worldwide BLINKS were able to meet them…
    • 24/365 with BLACKPINK. Finally, a full Album!
    • Interviews. It’s fun getting to know more about them with straight answers.
    • Light up the Sky. The Netflix Documentary. I loved it!!!!!!
    • Other
  • Question of

    What is your bedroom like?

    • Immaculate. I’m a neat kind of person, everything in the right place.
    • Annoyingly messy.
    • Cluttered. No space? Start stacking.
    • Organized Chaos. It looks like a mess, but I know where everything goes.
    • Normal, I guess. Not particularly neat, but not messy either.
    • Mixed. Some areas are messy, some are cleaned up.
  • Question of

    If I was famous…

    • I would be a red-carpet actor/actress
    • I would be an Author
    • I would be in a K-Pop Group! DUH!
    • I would be a K-Pop Solo-ist.
    • I would be a singer, but not K-Pop.
    • A Model.
    • An Artist ( Art )
    • A Politician
  • Question of

    Classic Question: How would you describe yourself?

    • Funny
    • Smart
    • Sweet
    • Independant
  • Question of

    You gon’ finna catch me!

    • ???
    • How is that a question?
    • Catch who?
    • I think that’s a lyric…
    • As if it’s your last….
    • Forever Young
    • Give you all of this, baby, call me pretty and nasty!
    • What you gonna do when I come come through with that that Uh, uh–huh
  • Question of

    So far, not a lot of personality questions. More, BLACKPINK general knowledge, right? Sorry about that… just keep going.I hate that…

    • I can be a bit bossy…
    • Sometimes I have to leave a situation as it is, don’t always try to make things light
    • I always have to help everyone. I love my friends, but sometimes I do need a break.
    • Did I make the right choice?
  • Question of

    Favorite Color

    • BLACK
    • PINK
    • BLUE
    • WHITE
    • PURPLE
    • GREEN
  • Question of


    • Jennie
    • Jisoo
    • Chaeyoung
    • Lalisa
    • None. I am just taking this quiz to make fun of BLACKPINK. I hate them.
  • Question of

    BLACK or PINK?

    • BLACK. I love their SAVAGE Concept.
    • PINK. I love their cutesy style.
  • Question of

    Fav part of an outfit.

    • Dress
    • Skirt
    • Jeans
    • Clothes? I enjoy the Thrill of the SHOP!!!
    • Don’t care, just not naked.
    • Shirt
    • Shoes

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