Jennie of BLACKPINK recently spoke candidly about her experiences as a K-pop idol in a Podcast with Dua Lipa. She discussed the criticism she has faced for her performances, as well as her own personal struggles with expressing herself. Read More – BTS Jungkook’s solo single ‘Seven’ tops the iTunes charts in 106 countries
Jennie said that she used to get injured frequently while performing because she did not know how to control her body. She also felt pressure to dance in high heels, which she said was difficult for her.
In 2020, after the pandemic, Jennie said she learned how to take care of her body and how to dance in high heels more comfortably. She also said that she is no longer afraid to express herself, even if it means breaking down barriers.
Jennie also spoke about her experience performing at Coachella, saying that it was a “really exciting experience and a great opportunity for us.” She said that she was proud to incorporate Korean culture into their stage set and that she hopes to continue to break down barriers in the future.
Jennie’s interview is a powerful reminder of the challenges that K-pop idols face. It is also a testament to her strength and resilience. She is an inspiration to fans around the world, and her story is sure to resonate with anyone who has ever felt judged or misunderstood.