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Along with the global explosion of K-pop, the need among global fans to better understand what K-pop artists are singing, saying and writing in Korean has grown significantly. The online edition of American business magazine Forbes highlighted in a recent article that many international fans of K-pop nowadays are turning to “fan translators on social...
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The Korea Foundation, K-pop powerhouse Big Hit Entertainment’s education business unit Big Hit Edu and Hankuk University of Foreign Studies are working together to develop and provide Korean language learning programs. As their first project together, they will provide a program for KF‘s e-school lectures for universities overseas, including Middlebury College in the US, Ecole...
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BTS – entertainers, teen heartthrobs and, now, language coaches. The K-pop superstars — V, J-Hope, RM, Jin, Jimin, Jeon Jung-kook, Suga — are launching a series of Korean language teaching videos, in a bid to establish a stronger connection with their global fans. According to BTS’ management agency, Big Hit Entertainment, “Learn Korean With BTS”...
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South Korea was ranked 54th among 156 states in the list of the happiest countries in the world. Finland was ranked first for the second year in a row. The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) released the 2019 World Happiness Report on Wednesday, according to which South Korea received 5.892 points out of 10...
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The biggest boy band in the world BTS, which has created a worldwide syndrome, received ‘Order of Culture Merit’ from the government for their contribution to the Korean Wave and the spread of Korean language and culture. After returning home from the world tour of North America and Europe on Friday, BTS received ‘Order of...
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In honor of the 600-year anniversary of King Sejong’s enthronement and the 572nd anniversary of Hangeul Day, the city of Seoul will host an event from October 6 to 14 that will shine a light on the changes that the influence and value of the Korean language has brought upon Seoul and its citizens. The...
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The government said Wednesday it will establish 16 new state-run King Sejong Institutes in 13 countries for foreigners wanting to learn Korean language and culture. They were chosen among 56 applicants in 31 countries, mostly national or state universities with courses in the Korean language. Three of the new institutes will open in Finland, Ecuador...
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