Inside the Stylish Home of Blackpink’s Jennie in South Korea
When it comes to style, rapper and singer Jennie Kim’s innate understanding of chic reigns supreme. The Chanel global ambassador of Blackpink fame is known for her impeccable stylish flair, which translates to her very own luxurious abode as well.
The K-pop darling is reportedly residing within the UN Village located in Seoul’s Hannam-dong neighbourhood. Often nicknamed the ‘Beverly Hills of Korea’, the exclusive area is also home to many other Korean elites and celebrities.
Kim is said to be living in a sprawling two-storey abode with a 3.5-metre floor height. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property is estimated to be valued at approximately US$4.9 million to US$5.8 million.
The singer first revealed a glimpse of her interiors through her introductory video on her personal YouTube channel. Uploaded in celebration of her 25th birthday, the four-minute video offered fans a mini tour of her abode with areas like her bedroom and kitchen shown on-screen.
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An abundance of natural daylight, courtesy of the large floor-to-ceiling windows in her living areas, lights up her abode with a warm glow. In a recent video filmed with fellow Blackpink member Jisoo, Kim offered a closer look at her living room. The stylish space is furnished with a sleek modular sofa, a couple of cushions with graphic motifs, as well as a treadmill for home exercises. The living room also lends access to a private garden and balcony within her home.
The powerful trendsetter leans towards statement decor pieces, with her home collection comprising of vintage favourites and trendy contemporary pieces. Her penchant for pastel shades is showcased through dreamy playful furnishings such as the blue Bubble sofa by Sacha Lakic from Roche Bobois, as well as pastel pink pieces by Gustaf Westman.
The tastemaker is also a keen collector of celebrated pieces. This includes the eccentric Seletti mirror that features lipstick decals by Toiletpaper, the iconic Gubi Pacha lounge chair by French designer Pierre Paulin, as well as the cult-favourite Radiofonografo vintage radio by visionary Italian architect brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni.