MANILA -- Young actress Sue Ramirez shared her experience watching Korean girl group Blackpink live in South Korea.
In an interview with Push, Ramirez said she attended the group's concert in Seoul last month.
"Nag-Blackpink ako. Ang cute-cute nila. Actually, kilala ko ang Blackpink. And very iconic sila. I think they’re really, really pretty and very, very talented talaga. Pero hindi ako ganun ka-fan. Pero free day ko so ‘yung mga kasama ko manonood so sige na nga, manonood na din ako. Paglabas ko, every time na naliligo, Blackpink na talaga ‘yung pinakikinggan ko. As in aliw na aliw ako sa kanila. Ang galing galing nila mag-perform live. And excited ako na mapanood ng mga Pinoy dahil on the way na sila dito sa Pilipinas sa February so ang saya-saya. Masaya,” she said.
She also shared some of the scenes she saw during Blackpink's performance.
"Actually feeling ko she wasn’t feeling very well that day kasi she cried eh. Umiyak siya eh nung huli na nung concert. Umiyak siya sa stage. Tapos di ko alam—di ko naman napansin," Ramirez said, referring to Blackpink member Jennie.
“Di ko alam kung na-overwhelm ba siya, masaya ba siya o may pinagdadaanan siya at napasaya siya ng mga taong nanood. Pero umiyak siya that day," she added.
Ramirez was recently in South Korea to work on her upcoming movie, "Sunshine Family," an adaptation of the 1992 Japanese movie "Hikinige Family."
Ramirez worked with Shinwoo, a member of Kpop group BLANC7.
Apart from working on the film, she also revealed that she and Shinwoo collaborated on a song which is part of the movie's official soundtrack.