I am in the process of learning the korean language..... Talk about a challenge!

The Korean Alphabet System (Hangul is a featural alphabet of 24 consonant and vowel letters)

okay so it says "Learn Korean in 15 minutes". This took me more than 15 minutes, but hey, I still learned! Genius..

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Korean Alphabet "Hangul"  For more information: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/korean.htm

Hangul

So before starting to learn Korean, I was very intimidated by hangul. To communicate effectively in Korean, not only did I have to learn a whole new language, but I also had to learn a whole new al… Mehr

Do you want to Fancy Lock page for learning Korean? Here is Korean alphabet Consonant pic! Feel Free to use it! ‪#‎Korean‬ ‪#‎Eggbun‬

"Do you want to Fancy Lock page for learning Korean? Here is Korean alphabet Consonant pic! Feel Free to use it!

At The Coffee Shop

Here are some useful Korean words for when you are at the coffee shop. Notice that most of the vocabulary are just Konglish versions of their name in English so the only thing you have to worry abo…

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Korean Alphabet - Hangul (한글) After memorizing 14 consonants and 10 vowels, you will be able to write your name in hangul :) It’s that easy! If you find this image hard to understand, you should check.

How to learn to read Korean in 15 minutes

How to learn to read Korean in 15 minutes

This is a great Romanized Korean alphabet chart. http://www.speakoutlanguages.com/korean-chart/

Korean Alphabet Chart

This hub has 2 very cool Korean alphabet charts, a description of the Korean alphabet, and a link to an amazing interactive Korean alphabet chart with full audio (recorded by a native Korean speaker).

To say "I hate you" in Korean, you say "neega shiro" (in Hangul: 네가 싫어 ), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context.

To say "I hate you" in Korean, you say "neega shiro" (in Hangul: 네가 싫어 ), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context.

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