INDIO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 12: (L-R) Jennie, Rose, Lisa and Jisoo of BLACKPINK perform onstage during Weekend 1, Day 1 of the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 12, 2019 in Indio, California. Natt Lim/Getty Images for Coachella


  • Blackpink will take a short break before continuing the "Born Pink World Tour"
  • Jennie left their Melbourne concert halfway due to health issues
  • Jisoo previously tested positive for COVID-19 but already recovered

Blackpink members will go on a short break after their successful "Born Pink World Tour" stop in Sydney to rest and recover.

Following the Australia leg of the "Born Pink World Tour" on Friday, Blackpink members will get a two-week break before they resume their activities.

"After the Australia tour, there is a break period. I know that the members are also preparing harder to finish the final Sydney performance on the Australian tour as well," said a representative of YG Entertainment in a report.

Blackpink will headline the BST Hyde Park festival in London on July 2 and continue the next leg of its world tour in Paris, France, on July 15.

Just recently, Blackpink member Jennie was unable to complete their Melbourne concert on Sunday due to health issues. The group's rapper and vocalist showed signs of struggling due to poor physical condition and had to leave the stage and the rest of the group — Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé —mid-performance.

On the same day, Blackpink's agency YG Entertainment announced through Weverse, a community platform for both fans and artists, an update on Jennie's health.

According to the statement, the 27-year-old Blackpink member regretted not being able to stay with the fans until the end and assured fans of her immediate recovery.

Notice regarding Blackpink Jennie's health
Notice regarding Blackpink Jennie's health Weverse

Despite Jennie's strong determination to carry on with the second day of their concert in Melbourne, she had to rest per medical advice.

Jennie also posted a message on her Instagram Stories to sincerely apologize to fans for leaving the performance halfway.

The South Korean idol will be back and participate in the Sydney stops of the group's Australian tour this weekend.

On June 1, Jisoo tested positive for COVID-19 and had to miss performing for their tour stops in Osaka.

Following the Blackpink member's week-long bout with COVID-19, she was spotted at the airport in Gimpo, fully recovered and ready to continue the rest of the tour.

The group's visual also assured fans of her return by responding to a fan on Weverse, adding that she missed Blinks – Blackpink's official fandom – so much.

As touring seemingly took a toll on the members' health, fans shared their reactions to the announcement and wished the members well on their well-deserved break.

"Their health is paramount," one fan tweeted, while another said, "[I] love you, Nini. [T]ake all the rest you need."

Blackpink's "Born Pink World Tour" will resume in July, visiting Paris, New Jersey, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

INDIO, CA - APRIL 12: (EDITORS NOTE: Retransmission with alternate crop.) (L-R) Jennie Kim, Rosé, Lisa and Jisoo of 'BLACKPINK' are seen at the YouTube Music Artist Lounge at Coachella 2019 on April 12, 2019 in Indio, California. Roger Kisby/Getty Images for YouTube