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‘BTS fever’ Arci Muñoz studies Korean language in UP

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Sep. 22, 19 | 10:41 am

Arci Muñoz is among Philippine celebrities who is mesmerized by the Korean boy group ‘BTS’.

Arci even revealed to her followers that she enrolled in a Korean language course at the University of the Philippines in Diliman.

“Right now, I just took a short course. Parang elective gano’n. Foreign language po,” Arci told pep.ph.

She added that her course’s duration is up to the student taking ot.

“Ano lang po, depende sa inyo. Parang may three months, kung gusto ninyong ituloy, puwede pa naman po parang seven sems? Depende po, e, depende po sa gusto niyong kunin na language,” Arci added.

Arci added that she’s taking the course every Saturday.

“So, papasok ako ng school. Na-miss ko kasi,” she added.

Arci said that she wanted to study Spanish first.

“Kasi Spanish po ako, so every time we have gatherings, half-Spanish po ako, e, so pag kasama ko yung mga family members ko, all of them can speak Spanish,” she said.

She also said that it’s difficult to get a slot in Spanish language. So she opted to study Korean.

“Kasi po sobrang fan ako ako ng BTS, gusto ko pong matuto ng Korean,” she said.

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