BLACKPINK Jennie, 'health red flag' turned on... A concert 'stoppage' occurred
BLACKPINK Jennie, 'health red flag' turned on... A concert 'stoppage' occurred
BLACKPINK Jennie stopped performing in Melbourne, Australia due to poor physical condition.

On the 11th, the agency YG Entertainment said through the fan community platform Weverse, “During the BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] IN MELBOURNE concert that was held today, member Jenny was in poor condition, so we stayed on stage until the end. I couldn't," he said.

“Jenny showed her will to continue the performance until the end, but after receiving the advice of the medical staff at the scene, she immediately took measures to ensure that she could take enough rest and stability,” he said. Instead, I conveyed the meaning,” he said.

In addition, "We apologize to the fans who supported Blackpink and visited the site, and we ask for your understanding," he said. "We will do our best to support Jennie so that she can quickly recover."

BLACKPINK, to which Jenny belongs, is conducting the largest world tour of a K-pop girl group. Starting with their performance in Seoul in September of last year, they are on schedule for 14 concerts in 7 cities in North America.

On top of that, European performances, fashion show attendance, photo shoots, especially Jennie, recently showed her face at the Cannes Film Festival in France through the HBO drama 'The Idol'. Worries and concerns are pouring into the murderous schedule.

Following the Paris concert on July 15, BLACKPINK will perform at the British music festival 'Hyde Park British Summertime Festival'. In addition, a US tour is scheduled, including New Jersey on the 12th and Las Vegas on the 16th.

Reporter Yoon Jun-ho, Ten Asia translated by google