K-pop artist-fan interaction increasingly depends on apps such as Weverse – new home of Blackpink – whose number continues to grow

//K-pop artist-fan interaction increasingly depends on apps such as Weverse – new home of Blackpink – whose number continues to grow

K-pop artist-fan interaction increasingly depends on apps such as Weverse – new home of Blackpink – whose number continues to grow

Last week, K-pop girl group Blackpink joined social media platform Weverse, becoming the latest high-profile act to join the app produced by Hybe, known best as the management company behind BTS. It was the latest move by a K-pop group to join a distinct platform for fan and artist communication.Weverse, launched in 2019, is one of the three most popular South Korea-based platforms, along with Lysn and Universe, through which K-pop stars, and non-Korean celebrities, communicate with fans. Each…

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