K-Pop group BLACKPINK may have been able to grab a low key dinner in LA right now, but don’t count on it for long. The all-female girl group from South Korea is blowing up and soon they won’t be able to go anywhere in America without getting mobbed.

After taking over Coachella, the foursome headed back to LA where a few of them were seen grabbing a bite to eat at LA hotspot, Il Pastaio.  Paparazzi got wind of their arrival and surprised the girls on their way out. It didn’t seem like they young ladies were expecting to be recognized.

BLACKPINK was in town for their sold out concert at The Forum in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. Yes, we said sold out. They also had a scheduled appearance at The Late Late Show with James Cordon.


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The girls made some major waves after being the first K-pop performers to play at Coachella. If that wasn’t enough, their new EP Kill This Love is climbing the Billboard 200 chart and is already at number 24.

During their set at the desert music festival, their performance was simulcast on a giant screen in the middle of Times Square. So if you ask us, it’s only a matter of time before BLACKPINK becomes a household name in the United States.

The group is comprised of Jisoo, 23, Jennie Kim, 23, Lisa, 22, and Rosé, 22. The young singers hit the scene back in 2016 and have been on their way to global superstars thanks to their dance moves and catchy beats.

BLACKPINK is constantly being compared to it’s fellow South Korean group, BTS, who’s been crushing it in the states and even just released a new song with Halsey entitled Boy With Luv.


Both BTS and BLACKPINK have massive fan bases that are helping propel them to the top. Check out their music, you might even turn into a “Blink” before you know it.