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[Watch] The Highs And Lows Of Blackpink’s Bukit Jalil Concert

[Watch] The Highs And Lows Of Blackpink’s Bukit Jalil Concert

Fans generally had a great time watching Blackpink perform but felt some areas could be done better.

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Blackpink returned to Malaysia yesterday ( 4 March) for their BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] KUALA LUMPUR at Bukit Jalil National Stadium.

The popular K-pop group first performed in Malaysia in 2019 and has garnered more fans, known as Blinks, over the years.

The excitement to watch Lisa, Jisoo, Jennie and Rose perform live was evident with fans travelling across the nation arriving to wait at the stadium as early as 7am.

Some fans also performed in a flash mob while waiting outside the stadium to show their passion and love for the band.

Fans with VIP access also showed equal excitement during the sound check process.

However, it was also hard to satisfy everyone; even good plans come with their pitfalls.

A netizen pointed out that the VIP merchandise could be better for their ticket price after a fan posted up a picture of the VIP lanyard.

Some also complained that they lost their seats, possibly due to the concert organiser’s alleged last-minute addition of new seating zones.

Meanwhile, another fan was disappointed by the seat they got. They allegedly did not pay for a seat with a restricted view, but their view was partially blocked by the fence.

Due to this, other netizens advised the fans to lodge a complaint with the organisers for refunds.

@absolutevent LIVE UPDATE VIP SOUNDCHECK 😱 #blackpink #blackpinkofficial #blackpinkinyourarea #kualalumpur ♬ original sound – Absolut Bazaar
@jessicachaw #BORNPINKKUALALUMPUR SOUND CHECK!!! IM CRYING! @blackpinkofficial #blackpinkinkl2023 #FYPMALAYSIA ♬ original sound – Jessica C

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