The month of June has been shaped up to be a fun-filled and exciting time for K-culture Filipino fans to come together—online, of course—to celebrate all things wonderful about Korean culture and music.
Dubbed #KmmunityHwaiting Month, Globe Kmmunity PH has been pulling out all the stops for their community members by releasing and unveiling exclusive giveaways, partnerships, promos, and events to give everyone their fill of K-culture.
Globe Kmmunity PH celebrated week after week with K-Drama and K-Pop Watch Virtual Gatherings, K-Culture Trivia Events, K-Pop Listening Parties with DJ Happee Hour, and an exclusive Virtual Hangout with GOT7’s Park Jin Young.
Last week, Globe partnered with Asia’s leading entertainment and lifestyle company, CJ ENM’s KCON, to bring the biggest K-pop concert fest of the season–KCON:TACT 2020 SUMMER—to the country for free. But the fun didn’t stop here. Globe ended the celebration with a big event, in fact, it was dubbed as the biggest comeback of the year.
With music video teasers and posters appearing everywhere, there’s no hiding that YG Entertainment’s biggest girl group, Blackpink -- composed of Lisa, Jennie, Rosé, and Jisoo -- comes back to capture ears and hearts with a much-awaited new single.
Blackpink’s newest track titled “How You Like That” was officially launched on Friday, June 26 at 4:00 p.m., Philippine time. As of this writing, the music video, which is available on Youtube, has already been viewed more than 137 million times on the streaming platform.
The launch was made possible by Globe’s partnership with Korean streaming platform, VLive. For more information and K-pop updates, and dibs on exclusive activities and invites, join Globe and its Official Kmmunity PH Facebook group.
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