Jisoo Unveils Her Own Label And Other Updates About BLACKPINK’s Activities

What’s next for these superstars?

BLINKs, you can breathe a sigh of relief because BLACKPINK is not disbanding. But you might be wondering what’s all this buzz about the members going on different paths. BLACKPINK members Lisa, Jennie, and Jisoo have revealed their plans for their solo activities in the future, so here’s everything you need to know. 

BLACKPINK members’ solo activities

Cheers to this exciting new chapter in their lives! (Photo from: @sooyaaa__)

To clear away any confusion, their group activities will still be handled by their home agency, YG Entertainment. However, since they didn’t renew their individual contracts, the members are free to decide for themselves when it comes to their solo pursuits. 

BLACKPINK members’ solo activities

Jisoo unveils her own label BLISSOO

Jisoo has officially revealed that she's the CEO of BLISSOO. It has just launched its official website, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube channel.

Back in January, reports revealed that BLISSOO is an entertainment start-up operating under Biomom, Inc., an infant health food company. While this seems like a strange move for the renowned K-pop star and Snowdrop actress, the CEO is Jisoo’s brother, Kim Jeung-hoon, so we’re hoping she’s in good hands.

Eagle-eyed K-fans also spotted the new agency’s job ads in January featuring the artist’s photo and openings for staff members, managers, and bodyguards.

Lisa establishes her own agency LLOUD

Money hitmaker Lisa has launched her own artist management company LLOUD! According to its website, it aims to "create experiences that transcend genres and connect generations", redefine boundaries, and craft chart-topping and genre-defying music. All her solo activities will be managed by this agency.

Jennie launches her label Odd Atelier

Last December, Jennie launched her own company. It’s called OA (short for Odd Atelier). She wrote a heartfelt message thanking her fans for all their love and asking for their support for her future endeavours.

We’re keeping our eyes peeled for more details about the nature of her company, so stay tuned. It might be a fashion brand, a record label, or the best of both worlds.

BLACKPINK Jennie for Jacquemus

Jennie for Jacquemus. (Photo from: @jennierubyjane)

Aside from establishing OA, she also starred in Jacquemus’ holiday campaign as well as Chanel’s new Coco Crush campaign. She’s also gearing up for her upcoming variety show, Apartment 404.

What’s next for Rosé?

Rosé has yet to reveal her solo plans. She might be going on her well-deserved break, or she might be cooking up something for their fans for 2024. Nevertheless, we wish her all the best for the future, and we can’t wait to see her and BLACKPINK achieve greater things.

(Cover photo from: @sooyaaa__

This article was first published on 3 January 2024. Last updated: 22 February 2024.

Speaking of K-stars, check out SHINee’s 2024 comeback plans.

Comments, questions or feedback? Email us at [email protected].

Related Articles