It could be said that what Lisa has done up to now is super impressive for a K-Pop idol!
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BLACKPINK Lisa is known for her killer dance moves and stunning fashion style. As the K-Pop idol continues to dominate audio streaming platforms and music charts worldwide alongside her other co-members, she has also been garnering more and more followers by the day.
BLACKPINK Lisa Surpasses 6 Million Subscribers on YouTube
On Tuesday, March 2, BLINKs have celebrated the latest feat BLACKPINK member Lisa has achieved recently. As of this writing, the co-member of Jennie, Jisoo and Rosé already garnered more than 6 million subscribers on YouTube.
BLACKPINK member Lisa has a total of 10 videos uploaded on her official channel called Lilifilm Official. Despite having a lesser number of clips compared to other artists, the "Lovesick Girl" songstress has amassed more than 214 million views already.
Among all the videos BLACKPINK member Lisa shared on YouTube, her dance performances video got the most views, which range from 31 million views up to 53 million views. The idol's latest video, titled "LILI's FILM [The Movie]," got more than 32.3 million views with more than 2.7 million likes and more than 275,000 comments.
Most, if not all, BLINKs are aware that Lisa set up her own YouTube channel in November 2018. Her first upload was a video called "Lili's Film #1 - Jisoo in Japan," which shows clips of her and Jisoo snacking, sightseeing and shopping in Japan as their "See U Later" track plays in the background.
At the time, Jisoo showed her support by sharing a link to Lisa's YouTube channel on her official Instagram page. As of press time, the premiere video of BLACKPINK member Lisa already amassed 3.9 million views with more than 480,000 likes and 10,728 comments.
BLACKPINK Member Lisa Garners 8 Million Followers on Weibo
Aside from YouTube, BLACKPINK member Lisa has also amassed a huge following on Chinese microblogging website Weibo. As of late, the co-member of Jennie, Jisoo and Rosé has more than 8.3 million followers already.
The "How You Like That" hitmaker shared a post for the first time on Weibo on Jan. 8, 2020. In a short clip, BLACKPINK member Lisa divulged that she created the account so she could maintain a closer communication with her fans who are based in China, adding that she hopes to see them as often as possible through the platform.
In February, Lisa uploaded a video titled "LILI'S FILM [The Movie] on the platform, which was warmly received by her devoted supporters. In fact, the said clip effortlessly amassed 142,000 views in just 10 minutes. As of today, the said video already got 3.35 million views with 17.4 million likes.
BLACKPINK member Lisa credited Anthony King as the director of her record-breaking video. The "BOOMBAYAH" songstress also mentioned Cheshir Ha, who was contributed to the choreography, Yeseul Kang as the producer and Destiny for the music.
On Feb. 27, Lisa shared snaps of her during some of her performances. The BLACKPINK member wrote in the caption that she hopes to be able to sing and dance on stage closer to the BLINKs very soon.
BLACKPINK Lisa Was Touched By This Act of A “Youth With You 3” Trainee
BLACKPINK Lisa is the one and only dance mentor for the male trainees of IQIYI‘s Youth With You 3. She’s had many interactions with them from afar, from giving them meaningful advice to joking around. In one trainee’s case, she was touched by his effort to communicate with her in her mother tongue, Thai, and she wasn’t shy to show her gratitude!
It was none other than 26-year old IKELILI who impressed Lisa right away by greeting her in her native language.
"Oh! Sawadee krap [hello]."
After performing his original song, “THANK YOU,” Lisa had only good things to say about him.
"I just want to say, you are very cute. I really liked the ‘THANK U’ move. Your performance was great. You were very charming."
IKELILI went a step further than most trainees by not just memorizing how to say “hello” but also “I like you” in Thai. From Lisa’s reaction, it was obvious that she was touched!
"Chãn chôrb khun mak [I like you], Lisa!"
The other trainees didn’t understand what he said, so he translated for the audience.
"I learned a few words. I said, ‘Lisa, I like you.’"
As a parting thanks, Lisa told him, “Thank you. Good luck!” while everyone looked on with envy!
"Why didn’t I learn that?"
Hope to see more of the sweet interactions between Lisa and the trainees in the future.