Only four years ago did Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa of Blackpink storm through music charts with wildly popular singles like 'Whistle'and 'Boombayah.' Since then, the South Korean ensemble's music videos have clocked in over a billion views, and their discography now boasts of star-studded collaborations with Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, and Cardi B. This month, they released their first full-length studio record The Album, which was created during the COVID-19. But their fans have been left wanting for more.

Enter — a Netflix Original documentary on the K-pop group. Blackpink: Light Up the Sky dives into the never-before-seen facets of these pop idols' lives — their discovery by YG Entertainment, the years of rigorous training, followed by an almost dizzying rise to fame. Caroline Suh, the director behind Samin Nosrat's Salt, Fat, Acid Heat, has helmed the 79-minute long film that premiered on 14 October.

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