'Learn Korean With BTS' to launch on Weverse March 24

“Learn Korean With BTS” Weverse Series Reportedly Launching On March 24

"Learn Korean With BTS" is created to help global fans who have difficulties of enjoying BTS' music and content due to the language barrier, Big Hit Entertainment said in a statement uploaded onto its smartphone fan community app.

The group, who were formed in Seoul in 2010, will host 30 lessons on the social media app Weverse from 24 March. This new learning initiative comes in the form of an ongoing series of helpful Korean language lessons dubbed the "Learn Korean With BTS" educational tool, and it is now open for members of the worldwide BTS ARMY to enjoy picking up Korean, via some help from the Bangtan Boys themselves.

ARMY will definitely be making use of Learn Korean With BTS, especially with everyone being in self-isolation mode due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The videos will be about three minutes long and will introduce simple Korean grammar and expressions.

Snippets from these shows will be "reassembled so that one can learn Korean by listening to expressions used frequently by the members".

We really hope that means "Learn Korean with BTS" - blame Google Translate if not!

Going forward, the management agency will come up with a variety of content for Korean language education for global fans featuring not only BTS but also other artists under its wing, it said.

K-pop boy band BTS visit the "Today" Show at Rockefeller Plaza on February 21 in New York City.

"With the recent popularity of K-pop and other Korean cultural contents, the demand for learning Korean is increasing greatly, so we are planning Korean education contents to improve our accessibility", an agency rep said.

Yes, the series is completely free- and for those who know, BTS have always loved putting out content to keep their fans happy to up to date, so this is just the latest idea from them and we're loving it.

"Plans for "MAP OF THE SOUL TOUR - SEOUL" included the involvement of a number of global production companies and a large group of expert worldwide crew, with over 200,000 concertgoers expected to attend".



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