Eagle-eyed K-pop fans spotted BLACKPINK members Lisa and Rosé in a recent episode of the hit drama "Penthouse 3."
BLACKPINK Rosé and Lisa Appear in 'Penthouse 3'
While "Penthouse" stirred watchers with the surprising return of Logan Lee, there is another thing that caught K-pop fans' eyes!
During episode two of the hit K-drama "Penthouse 3," BLINKs were surprised to see two BLACKPINK members, Lisa and Rosé!
The two idols made a "cameo" scene behind the mysterious character, Yoo Dong Pil. But, if you are not trying to look for the two idols, you may have missed them!
As Yoo Dong Pil is seen taking a shot, the screen behind him appears to show BLACKPINK's music video for "Lovesick Girls." In one shot, we see a scene of Rosé at the supermarket scene with Lisa behind her.
In another shot, we see the scene of Rosé throwing black paint against a pink wall from the "Lovesick Girls" music video!
When BLINKs started noticing the "cameo," many were highly amused. As "Penthouse" is a drama with more serious undertones, the K-pop music video definitely stood out.
In addition, many wondered if the producers, editors, and staff were BLACKPINK fans and wanted to add their own easter egg in the episode!
Others noted that Lisa is now a successful fan girl! During her interview with Elle Korea back in March, Lisa confessed that she is a massive fan of "Penthouse!"
She stated that it is her favorite TV show at the moment, and she watches each episode the moment it airs. Elle Korea then stated that it is a drama that makes Lisa go, "Oh my God!"
At the end of her interview with Elle Korea, she even asked the staff members if they have watched the "Penthouse." She is a true fan!
Have you seen the latest episode of "Penthouse?" Tell us in the comments below!
BLACKPINK Lisa and Rosé's Recent Activities
On Mar. 12, Rosé debuted as a soloist with her first single album, "-R-." Upon the album's release, the music video for "On The Ground" amassed 41.6 million views. It is the most viewed music video by a South Korean soloist in 24 hours, breaking PSY's eight-year record for "Gentleman."
"On The Ground" peaked at number 70 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number one on both the Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S. charts.
Additionally, "-R-" set the record for highest first-week sales by a South Korean female soloist, selling 448,089 copies.
On Apr. 19, 2021, a YG Entertainment official confirmed that Lisa would be making her solo debut. Though no official date was released, the label informed The Korea Herald that she is working hard on her album while also continuing her schedule.
More details on her solo debut will be released in the future.
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Written by Alexa Lewis