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1. Planned by the Korea Creative Content Agency, Konkuk University, and Times Core. Developed by MTCom 2. English educational content that can be studied through an adventure that involves three characters (a fairy, parrot, and monster). Utilizes fun newspaper articles that kids will enjoy. - 1st step (studying): Story comprehension, vocabulary memorization - 2nd step (practicing): Correcting vocabulary and sentence pronunciation - 3rd step (evaluation): Checking what you learned with quizzes