Smartphone Use Hurts Language Development

176 Articles
K.A.R.D Named Global Ambassadors Of LG Electronicss G6 Smartphone
Facebook CSS

K.A.R.D Named Global Ambassadors Of LG Electronicss G6 Smartphone

DSP Media announced on April 21 that K.A.R.D has been chosen as global ambassadors for LG Electronicss G6 smartphone. The co-ed group is being recognized for their potential despite not making their official debut yet.

All of K.A.R.Ds future content, including the upcoming music video for their third project Rumor, will be created and distributed as a collaboration with LGs G6.

Soompi.Display.News.English.300x250.BTF Soompi.Mobile.English.300x250.ATF

A representative of LG stated, We decided to select K.A.R.D as our global ambassadors because they have a strong foundation that allows them to create sophisticated music and performances, and we believe each members unlimited potential to make their individual charms shine fits perfectly with G6s brand image.

KARD selected as global ambassadors for 'LG G6' smartphone
Facebook CSS

KARD selected as global ambassadors for 'LG G6' smartphone

DSP's lit co-ed group KARD has been given their first endorsement deal and that's before they even formally debuted! KARD is now the global ambassadors for LG Electronics latest 'G6' smartphone series.  They are clearly receiving much recognition for their captivating potential and awesome project releases.

SEE ALSO: KARD show a bit of their new cool moves for 'Rumor' in key point dance video

On April 21, DSP Media stated that KARD has been chosen as global ambassadors for the Korean conglomerate, in launching their promotions for third project 'Rumor.'

Seo Hyun Jin Makes Thoughtful Attempt At Sign Language For Fan With Hearing Impairment
Facebook CSS

Seo Hyun Jin Makes Thoughtful Attempt At Sign Language For Fan With Hearing Impairment

Seo Hyun Jin recently showed her sweet consideration for a fan with a hearing impairment.

On April 29, the actress held a fan sign event at COEX Mall, and various fan accounts and videos were uploaded after. One account revealed, A fan went up to get her autograph, but he couldnt speak and was hesitating. It turned out that he has a hearing impairment. Seo Hyun Jin didnt get taken aback at all and communicated with him in basic sign language.

Soompi.Display.News.English.300x250.BTFSoompi.Mobile.English.300x250.ATF

BTS Not Keen On Shifting To US Market, Says Korean Language Is How They Communicate Best
Facebook CSS

BTS Not Keen On Shifting To US Market, Says Korean Language Is How They Communicate Best

While the door has blasted wide open for BTS to enter the US market with their Billboard Music Awards win for Top Social Artist, it seems that the Bangtan Boys are not keen on shifting their focus from their fans in Korea. When asked what their plans are for entering the US market, BTS leader Rap Monster was quite candid in his answer.

"Since we're Korean singers, we look the best when singing in Korean. If you think about, it's unbelievable that we won a Billboard award," Rap Monster said about BTS' recent accomplishment, SBS Pop Asia reported. He added that the Korean language is the best way they know to communicate their message and their music. "Going back to our debut in 2013, winning a Billboard award was something we never could've even dreamed of."

Entire class of 5th-graders learns sign language to communicate with a deaf classmate
Facebook CSS

Entire class of 5th-graders learns sign language to communicate with a deaf classmate

Instead of discriminating, one elementary school is embracing a student suffering from disabilities, sending out a warm message.

On May 31, MBC News covered a story of Daejeon Seongnam Elementary School's 5th-grade class learning sign language for a deaf classmate. 

SEE ALSO: AfreecaTV BJ encounters a dead body on the beach during a live stream

The students had smiles on their faces as they followed the teacher's hand gestures. One student said in an interview, "Whenever the friend asked for something, we had to communicate with our bodies but after today, I think it would be much easier to speak from now on."