Mayonnaise ecstatic over Blackpink’s Rosé knowing their ‘Park Chaeyoung’ song
OPM rock band Mayonnaise could not help but be overjoyed when they found out that Blackpink’s Rosé has heard of their recently-released song inspired by her.
The said song, called “Park Chaeyoung” in Hangul, is titled after the K-pop star’s real name and was written by Mayonnaise frontman Monty Macalino, a known Blink (a Blackpink fan).
“Park Chaeyoung” has now reached South Korean media and was even broadcasted on the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) show “Morning Wide,” a feat that the band described as a “first win.”
“Park Chaeyoung feature in SBS Morning News [crying emoji] #MayonnaiseFirstWin,” the band stated on its official Facebook page on Jan. 7, sharing a clip of the South Korean show’s feature on their song.
박채영 Park Chaeyoung feature in SBS Morning News 😭 #MayonnaiseFirstWin
The band then shared an audio clip of Rosé herself yesterday, Jan. 11, talking about having listened to the said song, which she said she also learned of from the news.
“The ‘Park Chaeyoung song, I did see that. I think it was on the news or something. I was so surprised,” Rosé said in Korean in what appeared to be a live video chat.
“Salamat sa musika, kung saan saan tayo nakakarating [emoji] #박채영 #ParkChaeYoung #MayonnaiseWinsForever,” the band posted. (Thanks to music, we have been reaching all sorts places.)
Salamat sa musika, kung saan saan tayo nakakarating 🙏🥺😭 #박채영 #ParkChaeYoung #MayonnaiseWinsForever
Posted by Mayonnaise on Monday, January 11, 2021
“Park Chaeyoung,” which was performed by Mayonnaise and artists Chino David and Julia Daniel, is part of Mayonnaise’s eighth studio album called “Family and Friends.” JB
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