bae yeon ju releases lesson video series subtitled in english and indonesian

Bae Yeon Ju releases lesson video series subtitled in English and Indonesian

Retired Korean singles star Bae Yeon Ju has released a series of game lesson videos where she directly corrects incorrect form, strokes, and habits of recreational players by playing directly with them.  Since the Korean version of the first video was released in May, and met with an enthusiastic response, the first installment of the BYJ Game Lesson series has been released in both English and Indonesian versions to accommodate overseas fans as well. Coach Yeon-Joo Bae’s explanations are provided with Korean audio and with English and Indonesian subtitles.

Coach Bae Yeon-joo was the 2014 women’s singles bronze medallist at the Incheon Asian Games in 2014 and also won bronze at the World Championships in 2013.  She has been one of the most recognizable figures in Korean women’s singles for the past 10 years, continuing to be a mainstay on domestic podiums after leaving the international game following the Rio Olympics, and until retiring from pro team play earlier this year.  Ranked as high as #5 in the world, Bae was known for her precision play.  She reached her first of three Superseries finals in 2010, at the age of 19.

It is hoped that providing subtitles in Korean, English, and Indonesian, can aid in the spread of badminton and the development of star players not only in Korea but also all over the world.

You can watch English and Indonesian subtitled versions of BYJ Game Lessons by following the links below:

Bae Yeon Ju’s Game Lesson 1 (with English Subtitles)

Bae Yeon Ju’s Game Lesson 1 (subtitled in Bahasa Indonesia)

The videos are produced by Les Fit Badminton and hosted on the Youtube channel of Badminton Korea, an independent monthly badminton magazine.