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Blackpink’s Superstar Confessions: Inside Our Cover-Story Interviews

Blackpink gave their most revealing interviews ever in our recent cover stories. Our new podcast episode goes behind the scenes with reporter Haeryun Kang

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The new episode of Rolling Stone Music now dives into the world of Blackpink, with reporter Haeryun Kang joining host Brian Hiatt to discuss her experience hanging out with Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rosé for the group’s Rolling Stone cover stories

Kang, a journalist and filmmaker, spent time with the members of Blackpink in the gleaming headquarters of YG Entertainment in Seoul, South Korea. In the episode, she talks about the group’s formation, their close bond, their musical future, how they fit into the history of South Korean pop, and much more.

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