Liverpool FC has today officially added Korean to the growing number of languages it will communicate in this coming season.
As the club's Korean fans celebrated Constitution Day in South Korea on Wednesday, the Reds delivered the news about the new official account on the social media platform to fans with the first ever tweet from @LFCKorea.
The announcement that Liverpool FC will begin delivering official content in Korean follows the launch of official Greek and Norwegian Twitter accounts earlier this month - taking the total number of international Twitter accounts operated by the club up to 16, double the number of Barcelona, the world's second most active club on the platform.
As of today, the club now communicates in 14 different languages - Thai, Indonesian, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish, Turkish, Malay, French, Bengali, Greek, Norwegian, Korean, Chinese and English - more than any other club in the world.
South Africa: @SouthAfricaLFC