Three-minute Videos will be released to highlight simple Korean grammar and expressions.
As per reports on Forbes, "Learn Korean With BTS" is going to be pretty darn informative considering that it has been backed by researchers from the Korean Language Contents Institute and professionals from the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
The series has come from Professor Heo Yong of the Department of Korean Education at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, who has aimed to make them as fun and educational as possible, using the boys as an worldwide figure to rally fans. This was actually the reason the learning initiative was launched in the first place - English-speaking fans had been begging BTS to include English subtitles on their online video content for many months, as they wanted to understand what their favorite singers were saying.More news: Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Rematch Postponed Over Coronavirus
Why are they making the web series? The lessons will also reportedly reuse material from the boy band's reality show Run BTS! and YouTube series Bangtan Bombs and BTS episodes. Starting with three episodes that was at 2:00 PM on the 24th, one episode will be released on Weverse every Monday at 9:00 PM, and any Weverse user can watch for free.
Big Hit Entertainment said K-pop's recent popularity had promoted a "demand for learning Korean".
Big Hit Entertainment and BTS are helping worldwide fans learn Korean with their newest endeavor Learn Korean with BTS, coming March 24!More news: 3 fresh cases take TN Covid-19 total to 15
Analysts have long noticed the beneficial impact of BTS in promoting South Korean culture worldwide, as the boy band keeps on smashing records with their recently-released Map of the Soul: 7 album. "There are only limited ways our fans could learn Korean easily", revealed Big Hit's founder, Bang Si-Hyuk.
It would have been even better if the word breakdown and some type of romanisation of each syllable had been given.
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