Japanese has some good ones too. "I party for 24 hours" and "I don't wash my clothes in the winter"
- My dog sells hats. (私の犬は帽子を売ります)
- My dog died yesterday. (昨日私の犬が亡くなりました) and other ridiculous things....
There have been academic studies showing that watching or listening to a lot of media in your target languages drastically speeds learning. So listening to K-pop is actually recommended.
for a lot of people, they discovered the language and the culture via kpop. and fell in love with it.
No, im learning so that when my older sister's korean friend comes round i can randomly start speaking it fluently and act as if i don't realise it.
Jin and his cute voice: gominboda go gominboda go gominboda go everybody!
10/10 it seemed like a good party...idk i didn't go, wasn't invited to the party, :(
I think this is an example of how atonal the Korean language is. Compared to English or Chinese they use relatively little vocal inflection. :)
Like half of the comments are about BTS and I am totally ok with that.
I read it with the same tone than that old bangtan joke : "Beach. B*tch? Beach!"