Unboxing balikbayan boxes, bedazzling Wi-Fi modems, and reconnecting with Blinks – those were the highlights of the recent BLACKPINK fan meet hosted by Globe Kmmunity.
During the virtual event on June 18, dubbed “Show You Like That: An Exclusive Show for the Ultimate Globe Fans”, Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé, and Lisa learned about the Philippines as they unboxed a balikbayan box, as per request of their Filipino fans.
The girls tinkered with ukulele, abaniko, banig, and a miniature version of the Philippine jeepney. Jennie even tried her hand at playing jackstones.
The K-pop quartet also had fun designing their own limited edition Globe At Home x BLACKPINK modems.
Lisa displayed her fondness for cats and UFOs with the stickers while Rosé opted for gemstones to represent “wild beauty”. Remembering the warmth of the Philippines on her 2018 visit, Jisoo placed a sticker of a palm tree on her modem to commemorate her trip. Jennie opted for a clean and simple design.
The girls then watched and reacted to daebak dance covers of their popular hits like “Pretty Savage” and “Love Sick Girls”, delighted with how passionate their fans from the Philippines are, admiring their style, expression, and moves.
While watching the tribute video from their fans, the girls reminisced special moments with Blinks. “I thought I was really getting used to the contact-free life, but seeing these clips from our concert and our fans really hit me how long it’s been since I last saw our fans, and how much I miss them,” mused Jennie.
The limited edition modem is available at new.globe.com.ph/prepaid-wifi/blackpink for only P2,499. It comes with exclusive BLACKPINK photo cards and stickers so customers can design their own modem.
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