On Weverse app, what someone says and what they mean can be two very different things!

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Weverse is equipped with an auto-translation service, but in the old days, international K-Pop fans only had two options: learn Korean or hope that a kind Korean speaker would take pity and post translations.

While an unreliable auto-translator is better than nothing, Weverse’s mistranslations can be wildly inaccurate. They make BTS V‘s life more complicated than it needs to be! For example, Weverse started this “rumor”…

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…and shared this perplexing confession.

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Now, the translator is at it again. On January 7, a fan shared a post about Sumi Jo, a soprano, liking a video clip of V singing opera.

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In reply, V wrote, “Wow…[bowing emoji],” followed by, “This was posted on January 1, why’s it showing up now?” 

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Understandably, many fans were confused when this showed up instead!

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Check out more of BTS’s struggles with translations here:

16 Times BTS’s Weverse Translations Were Wilding