(Updated November 2020)
This is a list of various videos featuring several or all members of BLACKPINK: short YouTube videos, variety shows, reality shows, etc. (Radio broadcasts are typically not included.) This is not a comprehensive list of every show that BLACKPINK has ever appeared on or every video they’ve done. They’re mostly videos that I’ve seen, that I find entertaining, and/or that I think are helpful to get to know the group.
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
NOTE: None of these videos are mine. They belong to their respective networks or channels. Any subtitles are either done by fans or the television network distributing the show.
For the first few years of their career, BLACKPINK did not really make a lot of television appearances or make a lot online content outside of their own reality shows. As a result, most of these pages only have a few videos each. They definitely started to make a lot more appearances from this year onward.
Click an era to go to the page!
|“Playing With Fire” (2016)||“As If It’s Your Last” (2017)||“DDU-DU DDU-DU” (2018)|
|“Kill This Love”/World Tour (2019)||“How You Like That” and “Ice Cream” (2020)||Reality Shows|
MOST RECENT ERA: “Lovesick Girls”
This era is a mix of videos for American/English-speaking shows and Korean variety shows. BLACKPINK also released the Netflix documentary Light Up The Sky, so some of the videos are also focused on that.
BLACKPINK’s YouTube Channel
A special interview that BLACKPINK did right before dropping the music video for “Lovesick Girls.”
Listen Tight (ASMR)
Each BLACKPINK Member Wants a Superpower
Which Member Would?
“BLACKPINK On Performing ‘Ice Cream’ With Selena Gomez”
“BLACKPINK Shares Their FAVORITE Song Off New Album (Exclusive)”
“Blackpink Dishes on Working with Selena Gomez, Plus: ‘The Album’ and ‘Light Up the Sky’”
LIGHT UP THE SKY TRAILER
Light Up the Sky
BLACKPINK’s documentary, released on October 14, 2020.
BLACKPINK REACTING TO THE DOCUMENTARY TRAILER
Released on Netflix’s Channel
Netflix Film Club
An escape room type of variety segment where an idol group has to find 15 hidden interview questions and missions.
Also known as Doremi Market
Members: Jisoo and Rosé
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.
This is a highlight reel of the episode. tvN doesn’t always sub these clips (and this one isn’t subbed), but hopefully they will add them in the future.
This is a highlight reel. It’s not subbed yet, but hopefully it will be as time passes (JTBC is pretty good about adding in English subs.)
Also known as Ask Us Anything and Men on a Mission
A popular variety show featuring a fixed cast of well-known comedians and variety stars. It’s known for its “high school” classroom setting and promoted use of informal language. Celebrity guests come as “transfer students” and tell stories about themselves to get to know the cast better. Sometimes there are also other segments that feature missions or games.
A popular and long-running variety show featuring a fixed cast who completes missions with various guests during themed episodes.
This highlight reel actually *is* subbed in English and a bunch of other languages! Running Man doesn’t always sub their clips, so it must be because BLACKPINK is super popular.
JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!
“Jimmy Kimmel Interviews BLACKPINK!”
Watch them perform “Lovesick Girls” here.
GOOD MORNING AMERICA
“Blackpink talks ‘The Album’ and breaking records”
Watch them perform “Lovesick Girls” here.
WHO, ME? (THE SWOON)
“BLACKPINK Tells Us What They Really Think of Each Other”
(The Swoon is a channel affiliated with Netflic that helps promote Korean shows that are on the streaming service, so this is probably to promote Light Up The Sky.
CHARM BATTLE (NETFLIX)
They read each other cheesy pickup lines and rate each other based how charming they think they are.
PUBG MOBILE X BLACKPINK FUN MATCH
BLACKPINK endorsed and promoted popular game PUBG Mobile, so they played a match with some other Korean player/streamers.
SOURCES (for the videos on this page): YouTube, BLACKPINK’s channel, 1theK, Access, Entertainment Tonight, extratv, Good Morning America, JTBC, Jimmy Kimmel Live, 아는형님 Knowingbros, Netflix and Netflix Film Club, PUBG MOBILE, SBS, The Swoon
Cover image is a still from BLACKPINK’s Netflix documentary Light Up The Sky.