Seoul – Allkpop media recently reported that the Netflix documentary Blackpink: Light Up The Sky was illegally distributed on a Chinese video site.

A 79-minute entirety of the Netflix documentary was uploaded Wednesday, October 14, to the popular Chinese video site BiliBili, which is similar to YouTube. Chinese viewers can easily search and watch the documentary as it already included Chinese subtitles.

The documentary was released exclusively on Netflix as it is a Netflix production, meaning it is illegally distributed through BiliBili. Koreans Online noted that the Chinese still watch Korean videos illegally, although they are discouraged from doing so, mainly for political and military reasons.

South Korean group BTS have started hosting a concert online. Photo: Instagram

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Bilibili was also criticized for illegally distributing the BTS concert this month. He uploaded the full concert to the site and the video garnered many views in two days. Other Korean content is also illegally distributed on the site.

Blackpink: Light Up The Sky chronicles the lives of the members after their debut in 2016. It shows the girls’ path as they become global stars.

Blackpink is a South Korean girl group formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rose and Lisa. He debuted in August 2016 with the single album Square One, which featured Whistle and Boombayah, their first number one entries on South Korea’s Gaon Digital Chart and Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart, respectively.

Meanwhile, BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, are a seven-member South Korean boy group that started forming in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. Its members – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook – co-write and co-produce much of their own production. / TISG Follow us on social media

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