Anne Curtis ‘kilig’ over emoji from K-pop idol group Black Pink

/ 01:44 PM March 28, 2018

Celebrities belong to fandoms too, and Anne Curtis can’t believe she got attention from the K-pop idol group Black Pink.

The actress had posted a photo of herself on Instagram shortly after arriving in Australia. After a torrent of posts from fans, a simple emoji from the verified Black Pink House IG account popped up.


Image: Instagram/@annecurtissmith

Comments from netizens quickly turned into disbelief as those familiar with the K-pop group noticed the emoji.

Image: Instagram/@annecurtissmith

Curtis later shared her “kilig” moment in a tweet, wondering all the while how the idols even found her photo.


Image: Twitter/@annecurtissmith

The comment itself, a single emoji, is rather simple, but it appears Curtis still considers it an honor, being a big K-pop fan herself. She particularly loves K-drama and “Goblin” actor Gong Yoo.

Image: Instagram/@annecurtissmith

Black Pink debuted on Aug. 8, 2016, as a four-girl unit from YG Entertainment. The members are Jisoo, Jennie, Rose and Lisa. They are currently considered one of the top idol acts in the K-pop world, landing three No. 1 hits on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart. They are also the first girl group to debut from YG in seven years since 2NE1.

(From left) Lisa, Jennie, Jisoo, Rose  (Image: Instagram/@blackpink.house)

Black Pink House is a Korean variety show where members of Black Pink show the audience what they do in their everyday lives. The show ran between Jan. 6 and March 25, 2018.  /ra


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