One cool aspect of K-pop is that most of the time, groups have clearly defined designations in their team dynamics, and one of the most crucial roles is that of the leader. In almost all K-pop groups, the leader acts as the decision-maker, the de facto communicator in public engagements, and the one who keeps the peace among its members. But what's interesting, though, is that not all groups have leaders, and surprise, surprise BLACKPINK is one of them.
They are the highest-charting K-pop girl group of all time so how is this possible, you ask?! Well, the girls actually spoke about their unique group structure in their recent guesting on Knowing Bros. The hosts brought up the fact that BLACKPINK doesn't have a leader—some of them even thought that Jisoo was the leader this whole time! Lisa spoke up for the team and revealed that each of them has unique roles that contribute to the group's harmony.
"We all have things that we're good at, so we each have our own roles in the group," Lisa explained. "Since I'm a good dancer, I take care of all things dance-related, while Jennie initiates things, Jisoo makes the difficult decisions as the oldest, and Rosé is in charge of all the little details." It was also revealed that Jennie is the one who speaks to their agency, YG Entertainment, when they have any requests or complaints.
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.