The Chinese fan club of Blackpink star Lisa has been told to change its name amid a crackdown on fan behaviour in the country. Photo: @lalalalisa_m / Instagram
The Chinese fan club of Blackpink star Lisa has been told to change its name amid a crackdown on fan behaviour in the country. Photo: @lalalalisa_m / Instagram

How much is K-pop going to be hurt by China’s crackdown on entertainment? The impact is already being felt

  • Chinese fan clubs of K-pop stars have already been asked to change their names, while fans are now limited to buying an album only once
  • According to South Korean music chart Hanteo, over 10 per cent of all K-pop albums verified through its sales system this year have been sold to fans in China

The Chinese fan club of Blackpink star Lisa has been told to change its name amid a crackdown on fan behaviour in the country. Photo: @lalalalisa_m / Instagram
The Chinese fan club of Blackpink star Lisa has been told to change its name amid a crackdown on fan behaviour in the country. Photo: @lalalalisa_m / Instagram
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