Learn Korean Language Lesson 1 – Korean Consonants and Vowels
Learn Korean Language Lesson 1 – Korean Consonants and Vowels covers Korean Hangeul – consonants and vowels. Korean Hangeul consist of 40 letters, 19 consonant and 21 vowels. For Korean vowels, there are 10 Korean basic vowels and 11 Korean combined vowels. We will learn the pronunciation of each vowel and the order to write each of them. Refer to our introduction of Korean, we knew that both consonant and vowel are joined together and it is written from left to right or from top down. Each Character is composed of two letters to five letters, each character represents a syllable. View Comparison of Korean and English and How are English words pronounced in Korean before this lesson.
Korean Consonants and Vowels
Korean Vowels and Consonants, each vowel can be pronounced by itself or in combination with a consonant, but vowels cannot stand alone as a syllable. Please go through all the links below:
- Korean Consonants
- Korean Consonants 1 – Korean Normal Consonants
- Korean Consonants 2 – Korean Tensed Consonants
- Korean Consonants 3 – Korean Syllable Final Consonants
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