BLACKPINK's first documentary "Light Up the Sky" will air on Here today, Wednesday (14/10/2020). The *** is directed by Caroline Suh, the *** maker behind the documentary series "Salt Fat Acid Heat.
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About BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky
The *** will contain a number of previously undisclosed video footage, namely backstage stories such as life in dormitories to a number of events they attended.
"We are thrilled to be able to share our story with Blink [BLACKPINK fandom] around the world through this documentary. We hope that this project will make the audience happy," said BLACKPINK personnel, as quoted by Soompi.
'Actually, I don't know anything about K-Pop, but I found out through my nephew who is a big fan of it. I also don't know much about BLACKPINK, but I am responsible for this documentary," director Caroline Suh said at a press conference, as quoted by News1.
He continued, "As a Korean-American who is very interested in Korea, I searched all the data about BLACKPINK, and after that, I realized that I had to do this."
"They are much cooler than me, and I really enjoy working with them. Someone asked me what was the hardest part of this process, but I actually found it very interesting and fun," he added.
Jennie BLACKPINK also shared her thoughts on the documentary, saying, "We always wondered what was the best way to share our journey, but through a good opportunity, we were able to meet caroline suh," she said.
Jennie added, "After talking to him, we became confident. This documentary will be released in an interesting way, so I hope tomorrow comes."