K-pop girl group Blackpink’s movie is coming to Disney+.
Hallyu: On Nov. 12, streaming service Disney+ will be launching in South Korea, and along with the launch, “Blackpink: The Movie” will become available to stream.
- “Blackpink: The Movie” was released in South Korea Aug. 4 in order to celebrate the group’s fifth anniversary, which was Aug. 8.
- The movie is a documentary film about the concerts that the girl group did such as “The Show” in 2021 and “In Your Area” in 2018, according to What’s On Disney Plus.
- The concert film is not the only South-Korean-created media that Disney+ will be including onto their platform.
- The media giant announced that they will be bringing 27 new projects onto their streaming platform that are from the Asia-Pacific region, Inside The Magic reported.
- Luke Kang, who is Disney’s Asia-Pacific president, said, “Today, we are making another commitment by combining the global resources of the company with the best content creators from Asia Pacific to develop and produce original stories on Disney+.”
- He added, “We believe that this is the right time for us to deepen our collaboration with the region’s best content creators to deliver unparalleled storytelling to global audiences.”
- Some of the creations that are coming to Disney+ include a drama about divorce called “Min’s Family” and a period drama called “Delicacies Destiny.”
- K-pop singer Kang Daniel will also be a lead in an upcoming series to Disney+ called “Rookies.”
— United Konnect (@UnitedKonnect) October 14, 2021
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