BTS is right here to assist followers be taught Korean. On Aug. 24, the Ok-pop group launched a research bundle referred to as “Learn! KOREAN with BTS.” The bundle is obtainable for followers to buy on the BTS Global and USA Weverse Shop and the BTS Japan Official Shop.
Background concerning the research bundle
Big Hit Edu is an schooling subsidiary of BTS’s label Big Hit Entertainment. The firm first started releasing Korean classes referred to as “Learn! KOREAN with BTS” as quick three-minute-long tutorial movies.
The new research bundle is a continuation and growth of that, and it was developed by Professor Heo Yong’s analysis crew at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
How ‘Learn! KOREAN with BTS’ works
According to a press launch from Big Hit Entertainment, “‘Learn! KOREAN with BTS’ follows the story of a main character ‘Bora’ who is traveling around Korea. The study package emulates the experience of traveling throughout Korea with BTS, and was designed for users to study Hangul vowels, consonants, and basic phrases based on Korea’s regional traits and culture introduced in BTS’ music and video contents.”
Fans who order the bundle will obtain a set of 4 textbooks, a sound pen, Hangul keyboard stickers, and a observe pocket book that connects to the sound pen. The observe pocket book is barely accessible for the primary version of “Learn! KOREAN with BTS!”
When positioned on textual content, the sound pen lets customers hear the usual pronunciations of phrases. The sound pen is suitable with 4 languages: Korean, English, Japanese, and Spanish. The press launch discloses that this can be utilized “not only for foreigners learning Korean, but also for Koreans learning foreign languages.”
BTS might be featured all through the research bundle by voices of encouragement within the textbook. Users may also be capable to scan QR codes with smartphones to “reveal video contents of BTS regarding respective words or expressions, enhancing the fun of learning.”
BTS simply launched a brand new single referred to as ‘Dynamite’
The launch of “Learn! Korean with BTS” comes on the heels of BTS’s latest single, “Dynamite.” The English-language track and an accompanying music video had been launched on Aug. 21.
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“Dynamite” debuted at No. 1 on Spotify’s day by day Global Top 50 chart, attaining the most important Spotify debut of 2020. With three million concurrent viewers on the time of its premiere, the music video achieved the most important YouTube premiere of all time. The “Dynamite” music video additionally set the report for the most-viewed YouTube video within the first 24 hours by attaining 101.1 million views.
On iTunes, “Dynamite” and BTS set a number of data. “Dynamite” turned the quickest track to achieve 100 No. 1s after reaching that quantity in eight hours. BTS then turned the one artist to have 5 songs attain 100 No. 1s on iTunes.
On Aug. 24, a B-side music video exhibiting alternate angles of the unique “Dynamite” music video was launched. Big Hit Entertainment additionally launched two remixes, an acoustic remix and an EDM remix of the track.