LOOK: Blackpink’s Lisa, BTS’ V, Park Bo-gum reunite at brand event in France
Blackpink’s Lisa, BTS’ V and Park Bo-gum have once again set fans abuzz after reuniting at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France, where they were among the guests at a dinner party hosted by French luxury brand Celine.
The South Korea-based superstars, donning glamorous outfits in the shades of black, brown and silver, were among the A-list celebrities invited to the event, as seen in a series of the brand’s Instagram Stories on Tuesday night, May 23. It can be noted that the dinner party is located near Cannes.
V also took to his personal Instagram page to share glimpses of the party, where the trio was spotted posing with Chinese actress Zhang Jingyi and American rapper Future.
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Photos of the superstars were also uploaded by Belgium-based online magazine ENFNTS TERRIBLES on the same day, where the trio were seen posing side by side.
— ENFNTS TERRIBLES Magazine (@enfntsterribles) May 23, 2023
Lisa and V were also among the guests of supermodel Naomi Campbell’s 53rd birthday party, as seen in a photo uploaded by fashion magazine Elle Singapore.
LOOK: Lisa of BLACKPINK and V of BTS pose for a photo with supermodel Naomi Campbell during the latter’s 53rd birthday party in Cannes. | 📷: Elle Singapore/Instagram via @jbvdellera pic.twitter.com/axLLgv1BjU
— Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) May 23, 2023
The reunion marks a year after the South Korea-based stars attended the brand’s fashion show at Palais de Tokyo in France.
Lisa debuted as the main dancer and lead rapper of Blackpink in August 2016. Apart from group activities, the Thai K-pop idol made her debut as a soloist in September 2021 with her first single album “Lalisa.”
Meanwhile, V, who was born as Kim Tae-hyung, debuted as the vocalist and visual of BTS in June 2013. He also released several solo tracks including “Christmas Tree,” “Singularity” and “Sweet Night” throughout his career.
Bo-gum is a South Korean actor best known for his roles in the dramas “Love in the Moonlight,” “Reply 1988,” “Record of Youth” and “Encounter,” among others. /ra