There is more Korean music apart from the K-pop.
Oppa Gangnam Style
Damn beat me to it.
I SCREAMED SO LOUD WHEN I SAW THIS!!!!
(tribal scream) K-POP!!!!
音乐 - yin yue
so why when u click on it it makes a “lu” sound？
Because in other contexts, (such as 快乐) 乐 is pronounced lè, and Duo hasn't sorted out its audio files for polyphones. In the word 音乐, it should be yuè.
"I enjoy listening to Korean music" should be accepted. It was marked wrong.
ok now whos ur bias
I enjoy listening to korean music was wrong? :(
song and music is different?
Yes, in almost every language.
Well, in Portuguese and Spanish they mean the same thing
Only in Portuguese, actually. In Spanish we say "música" for music and "canción" for song
Song is a piece of music where there's a singer, and lyrics (or not... hahaha)! Music is the whole thing about arranged sounds and stuff!
The word 音 乐 reads yin yue. But when i click it it sounds yin le 乐 same character but different meaning..am i wrong?
I enjoy listening to Korean music
"喜欢" means like or enjoy and according the duolingo, also love.
I thought 爱 was love?
Definitely so, JackW
As I understand it, 爱 is generally reserved for very close relationships like family or partners.
I am wrong and this sentence is Chinese
I like listening korean music should also be accepted, you can omit the 'to'
Not in English, no.
It rejects, "I love listening to Korean songs."
Yes, it's about music here, not songs
k-pop and k-rnb ftw!!
Oh no... Kpop got even here... my faith in humanity is over...
No one said it was kpop, there are plenty other types of korean music.
ARMY where ya at?
um, I would say most ARMY probably located at the neighboring Korean tree, if you start Korean you'll find a load of comments that's about either "ARMY" or "JIMIN", could get very annoying
"i like listening to our Korean wives" should be accepted because it's universally true.