BLACKPINK’s Lisa Gives Fans a Peek Inside Her Stunning Home

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Credit: LLOUD’s Youtube Channel

BLACKPINK’s Lisa treated fans to a special surprise for her birthday.

Lisa’s personal label, LLOUD, dropped a new video on their YouTube channel on March 27th. Titled “Special Birthday Q&A with Lisa | 27 years around the sun | Exclusive Merch Drop”, the video opens outside Lisa’s house, the one in the exclusive Seongbuk-dong neighborhood of Seoul that made headlines last year when she purchased it for 7.5 billion won all in cash. Lisa decided to give viewers a rare glimpse inside her luxurious home to celebrate LLOUD’s debut on YouTube.

As she entered the house, Lisa was greeted by question notes posted all over the place. When asked about her goals for this year, Lisa replied, “I definitely want to release an album.”

The video also reveals a softer side of Lisa. When asked who she respects the most, she beamed and said, “My mom, for sure. When I was younger, I’d practice dancing until dawn and then head straight to school. My mom went through that whole crazy schedule with me, and I never saw her complain once. It made me realize I want to be strong like her.”

Lisa also took viewers on a tour of her stunning mansion, complete with high ceilings and a spacious two-story layout. “I put a lot of effort into the remodeling,” she said with a smile, clearly proud of the finished home.

Lisa also talks about her new label, LLOUD. “It’s been amazing,” she shares. “It feels like a family, a team where I can comfortably share my ideas. It’s so much fun!” She goes on to explain that she put the meaning of “having a strong presence” in the name of the label, LLOUD.

The video wraps up with Lisa heading down to the garage, where she unveils her luxurious high-end car for the very first time.

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