• Blackpink stopped by for a chat on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday
  • The K-pop group revealed that their group name contained two colors that represented them
  • Blackpink learned different languages in training school aside from performance skills

Blackpink finally revealed the meaning behind their group name and how they came up with it.

In a virtual interview for "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the K-pop group, composed of Jennie, Rosé, Lisa and Jisoo, opened up about their moniker when asked by the host about the mystery behind Blackpink.

"Blackpink is—we kind of felt like there's two colors that represented us the most ‘cause we're very girly but at the same time we're very savage too. We have a song called ‘Pretty Savage' and it kind of goes with ‘black pink' and so we thought it described us the best," Rosé told Jimmy Kimmel on the Tuesday episode of his show.

The quartet also talked about their newly released Netflix documentary, "Blackpink: Light Up the Sky." The feature gave a detailed look into how Blackpink, like most other K-pop groups, was formed in training schools, where they were taught to perform, sing, dance and many other skills.

Although they were trained at a school, they didn’t have a standard curriculum, so the students didn’t have subjects like math or history, which Rosé said were "annoying subjects" for her.

"But, in the long run, I mean, it would have been nice if we’re educated that way, but mainly it's all about performance and language," Rosé confessed.

Aside from performance skills, the group had to learn other languages such as Japanese, Chinese and English. According to Jennie, their favorite English phrase is: "It’s a pity."

Kimmel also asked Blackpink if they have had problems or difficulties in stepping out since becoming one of the most popular K-pop groups in the world. Jennie and Rosé revealed that as long as they cover up, going out in public is not a concern.

"It’s a big secret, but we do wear hats and hoodies to cover up," Jennie said.

Recently, Blackpink also appeared on "Good Morning America" to promote their song "Lovesick Girls." In their interview, they revealed that they were surprised by the accomplishments they have achieved and thanked their fans for their undying support.

"It means everything to us how our fans show us their love and support through everything they can possibly do," Rosé said.

Blackpink perform at Sahara Tent during the 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 19, 2019 in Indio, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella