The purpose of this study is to examine the current status of learning disabilities in Korea and the perceptions of special education professionals about the involvement of special education in a multiple support team to improve basic academic achievement. Two special education experts from A local educational office and six special education professionals from B local educational office participated our study. For the current status of learning disabilities in Korea, we analyzed special education statistics data published by the Ministry of Education and interviewed them about their perceptions of diagnosing LD. We also examined the awareness of learning disabilities through the virtual focus group research methodology. As a result of the study, the number of learning disabilities of the school district B accounted for 25% of the total learning disabilities in Korea, because the special education specialists with learning disabilities put in complaints to adopt and implement the revised learning disability selection criteria in the school district. Regarding the participation of special teachers in the multi-support team, it was first said that the special teachers should improve their learning disabilities and then cooperate with general teachers. However, the special education experts were taking a passive attitude toward cooperation with general teachers, and this seems to be because they did not have much experience in cooperation with general teachers about learning disabilities. They agreed to provide special education to students at risk of learning disabilities, but they needed to discuss the special education community based on the consent of the education office and special education support center experts on including students with low basic education in learning disabilities. As a follow-up study, a study is needed to find out the current state of learning disability selection by other metropolitan and provincial offices of education on this topic, the perceptions of various special education field experts, and need general teachers’ special teachers’ perception about these topics.