NewJeans donated Korean audio guides to the British Museum.
NewJeans donated Korean audio guides to the British Museum.
You can now listen to the official Korean audio guide of the British Museum, one of the world's three largest museums, in the voice of NewJeans.

According to their agency ADOR on the 14th, NewJeans (Minzy, Hani, Daniel, Hae-rin, and Hye-in) donated their talent to record the introduction of major exhibition works in the Korean Gallery of the British Museum.

The works that Newjins explained in Korean include a celadon flower-patterned bottle, inlaid celadon from the 1300s, a Joseon white porcelain moon jar, a painting of the Four Heavenly Kings of Buddhism, and Sarangbang, a building recreated using traditional Korean techniques from the 1700s.

NewJeans said, "We are proud and happy to participate in the meaningful work of introducing various relics that show the style and beauty of Korea. We hope many people will listen."

The ‘Korea’ themed tour with NewJeans can be enjoyed through the British Museum audio app starting today (14th). This included Newgins' Korean explanations of some Roman Britain artifacts, such as the bronze head of the Roman emperor Hadrian.

NewJeans will make a comeback with a new double single 'How Sweet' on the 24th. This single contains a total of 4 songs, including the title song of the same name, 'How Sweet', the b-side song 'Bubble Gum', and each song's instrumental. The music video for 'Bubble Gum', which was pre-released on the 27th of last month, ranked first in YouTube's Korean weekly popular music video category for two consecutive weeks and also maintained its top spot on the global weekly charts.

NewJeans will release their debut single 'Supernatural' in Japan on June 21st and hold a fan meeting at Tokyo Dome. They reported news of a series of collaborations with cultural and artistic figures such as Takashi Murakami and Hiroshi Fujiwara.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter translated by google