Black Pink are already huge in Japan, and they haven't even officially debuted yet!
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19 Jul 2017 - 12:30 PM  UPDATED 19 Jul 2017 - 12:31 PM

Following their recent run of success with their new single "As If It's Your Last," Black Pink have their sights set on their upcoming Japanese debut. While the group aren't officially debuting until July 20, the girls have already captured the imagination of Japanese teenagers everywhere!

The quartet made a surprise appearance at Harajuku, Japan very recently, where they were met with a very positive response from fans, with comments like "Black Pink in real life is so cute!," "Their faces are so small and their legs are so long," and "Black Pink came to Harajuku, I want to meet them!" being thrown their way.

One thing that Japanese teenagers are particularly fascinated about is Jennie's signature "heart arrow" gesture, which has got BLINKs all up in a tussle. For those who are unaware, this cute gesture has become something of a signature move for the group and it has already captured the attention of teenage girls in Japan in a short amount of time.

Hats off to Black Pink for already being a big trend among Japanese teenagers despite having not officially debuted yet!


 

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