Blackpink Lisa kulang sa promo ang single
Nagbalik-tanaw kung paano siya nagsimula bilang trainee si Blackpink Lisa.
Siya ay isang Thai na nag-audition noong 2010 sa YG Entertainment . Si Lisa ang kauna-unahang non-Korean na trainee/artist ng nasabing agency.
14 year old pa lang si Lisa that time at mahigit 10 years na siyang naninirahan sa South Korea.
Ayon sa kanyang interview sa Woody, “What I still remember to this day is probably the first time in the dance room as the new girl. Everyone was standing in line and I had to introduce myself. I remember that everything was so new to me.
“And then there was that moment when my mom and dad told me they were leaving. And I said, ‘You guys are leaving? Am I not going with you?’ My mom said, ‘Nope. You’re staying here for three months.’ I was like, ‘What?’ I was shocked, [thinking] ‘They’re leaving me here alone?’ and they left.
“For me, back then, everything was challenging. I had to live by myself and I had to make my own decisions. I had to manage my own finances. I’ve never done anything like that before. And I’m a mama’s girl. Sometimes when I feel tired, I just wanna hug my mom. But I couldn’t. We could only do video calls. And the language barrier, it was tough because I couldn’t communicate.”
Isang taon daw bago nakapag-adjust talaga si Lisa sa South Korea.Hanggang sa maging fluent siya sa language, maging close sa members and we all know by now, was launched in today’s most successful girl group.
Sa bago niyang single, ang “Lalisa” consistent na siya pa rin ang Top 1 sa monthly survey ng The Korean Business Research Institute for brand reputation rankings for individual girl group members.
Sa isang banda, hindi naman masaya ang ilan sa mga fan ni Lisa dahil feeling daw nila, hindi masyadong nabibigyan ng tamang promotion ang bago nitong single, ang Lalisa kaya nagde-demand ang mga ito at nagti-trending nga ang hashtag na “more promotions for Lisa.”