Blackpink recently joined social media platform Weverse, part of a trend for K-pop groups to engage with their fans online.  Photo: @blackpinkofficial/ Instagram Blackpink recently joined social media platform Weverse, part of a trend for K-pop groups to engage with their fans online.  Photo: @blackpinkofficial/ Instagram
Blackpink recently joined social media platform Weverse, part of a trend for K-pop groups to engage with their fans online. Photo: @blackpinkofficial/ Instagram
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K-pop artist-fan interaction increasingly depends on apps such as Weverse – new home of Blackpink – whose number continues to grow

  • K-pop artists talk with fans directly and share content including new releases and videos with them via online platforms such as Weverse, Universe and Lysn
  • They have been communicating with fans online for years, and the pandemic has led to even more internet engagement between celebrities and fans

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Blackpink recently joined social media platform Weverse, part of a trend for K-pop groups to engage with their fans online.  Photo: @blackpinkofficial/ Instagram Blackpink recently joined social media platform Weverse, part of a trend for K-pop groups to engage with their fans online.  Photo: @blackpinkofficial/ Instagram
Blackpink recently joined social media platform Weverse, part of a trend for K-pop groups to engage with their fans online. Photo: @blackpinkofficial/ Instagram
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