Lalisa Manobal (birth name: Pranpriya Manobal, born March 27, 1997 in Buriram Province, Thailand) better known by her stage name, Lisa, is a Thai rapper, singer and dancer, based in South Korea. She is a member of Blackpink.
Her birth name is Pranpriya Manobal, she later legally changed her first name to Lalisa. Her ethnicity and nationality is Thai. Lisa's biological parents' names have not been released to the public, her stepfather is Marco Bruschweiler, a Swiss renowned chef, active in Thailand.
As a child, Lisa was part of a dance group called We Zaa Cool, that performed shows in her home country before she made a successful audition to the YG Entertainment Competition in 2010 when she was only 13 years old. She ranked first place in the said competition, and was offered by Yang Hyunsuk to become a YG Entertainment trainee, Lisa agreed to the offer. In 2011, she moved to South Korea, to begin her formal training in performing, for her K-pop Idol career, which lasted five years.
In 2016, she took her stage name of Lisa and became the main dancer, lead rapper, a supporting vocalist and the youngest (aka maknae in the k-pop industry) of K-pop girl group, Blackpink, which debuted on August 8, 2016. Lisa is also the first non-Korean YG Entertainment artist.