Variety Shows and Other Content
IMPORTANT!!! I have moved to Korea since I created this blog, and I have discovered that many videos – especially ones that are uploaded by fans with English subs – have been blocked on Korean YouTube and other websites. So unfortunately, I cannot watch most of these videos or verify the links anymore. This also means I cannot add as many videos as before because they simply are not available in my region. I’m sorry if you click on something and it’s no longer there, but there’s not really any way for me to check! – Katherine
Behind the scenes of Rosé’s W Korea photoshoot (2020)
BLACKPINK Rosé’s Favorite Things
(블랙핑크 로제가 아보카도를 먹지 않는 이유)
A behind the scenes interview of Rosé’s Elle Korea photoshoot.
NOTE: Rosé is good friends with Hyeri, who is an idol (member of Girl’s Day), actress, and variety star. So both of these videos are actually connected to their friendship.
Rosé appears as a friend of Hyeri. This is a highlight reel of the episode.
Also known as Doremi Market
A variety show with a fixed cast of several well known variety stars and idols and then two guest stars for every episode. Each week features one market in South Korea. The cast members and guests must play games to win the chance to eat one of that market’s three representative foods.
Hyeri’s YouTube channel
Hyeri vlogs a dinner date with Rosé. Rosé isn’t *actually* shown in the video (I think YG might not allow it or something because there’s a similar example with Lisa), but she’s holding the camera and you hear her talking.
This is a clip of Rosé’s interview and features her singing a short part of Beyoncé’s “Irreplaceable.”
Episodes 19 and 20
People compete to sing a duo with well-known singers in the Korean music industry. Rosé appeared because she wanted sing with Gummy (the episode’s guest).
King of Masked Singer
(미스터리 음악쇼 복면가왕)
Episodes 103 and 104
A singing competition show similar to The Voice (in that you don’t initially know who’s performing). Contestants perform head to head in three elimination rounds, but their identities are hidden by elaborate masks and costumes. Thus, the panelists may only judge the winner based on his or her voice.