Don’t Miss Out Hyukoh’s And Other Korean Artists’ Performances At Coachella 2019!

Coachella 2019 Filled With Top Korean Artists

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Besides Hyukoh, there are other South Korean acts who performed at the 2019 Coachella.

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Blackpink headlined one of the world’s biggest music festivals. Blackpink is the first South Korean female act to perform at Coachella. As the group welcomed everyone to their first-ever performance at the festival, Lisa told the crowd she was “excited to be here tonight,” while Jennie called it “an honor to be a part of Coachella.” Rosé also invited fans to sing along, even though it “might be hard because some of [the words] are in Korean.” Later, she exclaimed, “I can’t believe how many people have rocked out tonight. We are all so hyped up!”

Blackpink performed their hits song, such as “DDU-DU DDU-DU,” Jennie’s Solo “Kill This Love,” etc. “Kill This Love” got one of the biggest responses of the night, with the horn-filled chorus echoing across the desert and the crowd yelling “BLACKPINK in your area!” in unison.

Blackpink also had a great time at Coachella. They were hanging out with some of the most popular Western artists such as Jaden Smith and Diplo. They also uploaded their fancam jamming to Blackpink’s songs.

Another South Korean act, Jambinai, was also invited to perform at Coachella.

Jambinai (잠비나이) is an alternative rock band. They formed in Seoul in 2009. Jambinai are an avant-rock band from Seoul who are known for using traditional Korean instruments such as the haegeum and geomungo to create rock music. They have been compared to bands like Explosions in the Sky, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Mogwai.

Their debut album Différance won the award for Best Crossover Album at the 2013 Korean Music Awards. Their second album Hermitage was released in 2016 on Bella Union. Jambinai consists of 7 members. Kim Bo-mi (haegeum), Lee Il-woo (electric guitar, piri, taepyeongso, vocals), Sim Eun-yong (geomungo), Ryu Myung-Hoon (drums), Choi Jae-hyuk (drums), Ok Ji-hoon (bass guitar), and Yu Byeong-koo (bass guitar).

Check out Jambinai’s Fancam here: