So, I've been thinking about BlackPink and their concept for the last little while, and I was thinking about how well Lisa, Jennie, Rosé , and Jisoo all encompass different Dual Concepts. "Black" and "Pink" on stage and off stage
Jisoo: Elegant/Quirky. Confident/Crazy.Hear me out, we all know that she is simultaneously Miss Korea, CEO Jisoo, but also 4D personality balancing bottles on her shoulders. In MVs, she is the visual but also has different colored hair and interesting visuals. (KTL corral Head.) But she never loses her elegance and Majesty.Bonus: Cute/Fearless"I'm not scary". She embodies dainty invincibility. To me, that is why she was the princess and the archer in Kill This Love.
All in All –I think that Jisoo represents the drop-dead-gorgeous, but still unique individuals out there.
Rosé: Girl Next Door/ Goddess Next Door –Rosé is one of the most Relatable girls in the group, especially if you are a native-English Speaker from the west. She is showing loving food and is portrayed as down to Earth. But she often has these goddess-visuals in music videos.Young Girl/Goddess — She's given fashion to make her look like a young girl (long sweaters, etc.) But she's also given that same Goddess persona. She has the cutesy-seductive duality.
Rosé represents that even the relatable girls/women out there are Goddesses. You can be the fan and the idol. (Especially shown in D4)
Lisa: Little girl/Tough Girl or Girly Girl/TomBoy- She's the most "Tom Boy" of the group, but she's also all – girl. She's always given the most boyish and tough clothes, but she knows how to be cute and shake it. She is a Fashion muse. She is an incredible dancer. She's goofy and isn't afraid of acting silly, but you never see her lose her feminine charm — even when she shouts "Brrr, Rambo." She walks and talks like a bad girl, but smiles like a "good girl".
Lisa represents that you don't have to lose your femininity to be tough and play hard.
Jennie: Savage Girl ("mean girl") /Nice Girl– Let me tell you that she's not really mean. But the persona they give her reminds me of "Mean Girls". They make Jennie the "Regina George". Most pretty, popular, fashionable girl on campus. (Campus being the KPOP scene). But in reality, she's really sweet and nice. I think this duality was shown in SOLO as well. She is shown giving so much love to her fans.But at the same times, she's not a softy. She doesn't let herself be walked all over. She knows she's Queen. She's just a kind hearted Queen. A Kind-Hearted Queen that people love. I see this the most when she stopped a manager from taking a flower crown from a fan. She's strong enough to stand up for the fan.
Jennie Represents that you can be as fashionable, pretty, and strong as ever without losing your kind heart and compassion.
In all, there's a "Black" and "Pink" to each member, and to all of us.
IDK, what do you guys think? It's not important, but I'm really interested in concepts and I like digging deeper into them.