Guess what happened at Buckingham Palace? King Charles III turned the royal residence into a K-POP wonderland during South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol’s visit. Move over Beethoven, we’ve got BLACKPINK in the royal mix!
The 75-year-old monarch, who’s apparently a secret K-POP aficionado, threw everyone for a loop by giving BLACKPINK the royal treatment. I mean, who needs knights when you can have K-POP royalty, right?
In a plot twist worthy of a K-drama, the Korean superstars strutted into Buckingham Palace for a state banquet, turning the regal affair into a global sensation. Social media exploded with pics of the band meeting the British monarch, probably sharing royal tips on how to slay like a true idol.
But that’s not all. King Charles III didn’t stop at just inviting BLACKPINK; he practically painted the palace BLACKPINK! Buckingham Palace’s forecourt is now officially part of the K-POP landscape. Move over, traditional ceremonies, it’s time for some K-POP pageantry.
The royal band, yes, the one with the fancy uniforms and brass instruments, ditched the classical tunes for some BLACKPINK beats. Can you imagine the Queen bopping her head to “Ddu-Du, Ddu-Du” on the Buckingham steps? It’s a moment in history!
The Corps of Drums of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards stole the show with their rendition of BLACKPINK hits, proving that K-POP isn’t just a global phenomenon; it’s now a royal affair. I bet even the corgis were doing the “Ddu-Du, Ddu-Du” dance in the palace gardens.
So, move over outdated traditions, because King Charles III just gave Buckingham Palace a K-POP makeover. Who knows, maybe next week we’ll see the Changing of the Guard choreographed to BTS hits. Long live the K-POP monarchy! 🕺👑
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) November 22, 2023