FROZEN "For The First Time In Forever" - Hakata dialect version

Just like other countries, Disney's FROZEN has become a very big hit in Japan. Its theme song as well as other songs has been quite popular, and we hear them a lot on TV and on the street.

And now, a lot of people are talking a lot about a YouTube video with a Hakata dialect version of the song "For The First Time In Forever".

Hakata dialect is one of the Japanese language dialects used mainly in Fukuoka prefecture located on the island of Kyushu in Japan. Hakata dialect sounds so pretty when girls speak it. And of course it sounds very nice when Anna and Elsa speak it.

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