Which BLACKPINK Members Can Speak English?

BLACKPINK is the force that needs to be evaluated. In the last few years, they have gained a great reputation all over the world. The group was the first K-pop a girl group played at Coachella in 2019 and have befriended several American celebrities along the way.

BLACKPINK is becoming an international phenomenon, which means that English is becoming more and more useful to the organization. As a result, some fans may be asking: Who are the BLACKPINK members who can speak English? Three out of four English members can be considered. Read on below to find out who they are.

(LR) BLACKPINK members Jennie, Rosé, Jisoo, and Lisa ED JONES / AFP through Getty Images

Rosé was born in New Zealand and raised in Australia

Based on several interview videos of the group, it is clear that Rosé is the most competent member when it comes to English. After all, she was born in New Zealand and grew up in Australia.

Rosé, nicknamed Roseanne Park, grew up in a Korean family abroad. She lived in Melbourne and present Canterbury Girls High School.

She came to South Korea when she was 14 to become a K-pop idol. After joining YG Entertainment, she had to study of Korean to develop her skills in the language. Today, Rosé speaks Korean almost fluently, although some fans still report hearing her Australian accent here and there.

Jennie lived in New Zealand for a few years

Lisa is the only non-Korean BLACKPINK member. Hailing from Thailand, she moved to South Korea when she was 14 to train as a K-pop idol.

Lisa is fluent in Thailand and, after spending years in South Korea, can also speak Korean fluently. This is already an impressive ploy in itself as Thailand and Korean are very different from each other.

Plus, Lisa can understand and speak English to some extent, but fans think Lisa lacks confidence in her English skills, which is why she doesn’t show them. as well as Rosé and Jennie. In fact, in some English interviews, Lisa is seen switching to Korean because she is more comfortable in Korean than English.

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