To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You aka To All The Boys 2 has an interesting line of songs. One of these songs is taken from BLACKPINK’s album.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You releases today. In the Netflix film, Noah Centineo and Lana Condor reprising Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean. The film also stars Jordan Fisher as John Ambrose joining the cast. While we’ll let you see the Lara Jean swing between John Ambrose and Kavinsky, we can’t help but bring an exciting spoiler that will leave BLACKPINK fans excited about the film. Now, before proceeding, the rest of the article will contain a spoiler of the film.
Therefore, we suggest that if you do not want to ruin the experience, come back later. For those sticking around, here’s the deal: In the latter half of the film, Lara Jean appears preparing for a school program. The character is in her room, dressed in a cheerleader uniform to support, cheer and impress Kavinsky. Pulling off her socks and tying her hair in a piggy tales, LJ is clearly seen dressed against a BLACKPINK song.
Fans of the K-pop band identified the song as Kill This Love. The song is one of the popular songs of BLACKPINK. The reason, we believe, was that the film featured a K-pop song that may be due to LJ’s roots. Already set in “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”, Covey Girls is part Korean. The sequel sheds more light on LJ’s Korean roots in different scenes. Therefore, director Michael Fimognari incorporates LJ’s Korean culture into the film, including the song BLACKPINK.
Given these aspects, it would be safe to say that LJ could possibly be a BLACKPINK fan. What do you think share your thoughts in the comments below.
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