Korean alphabet and standard pronunciation

The Korean alphabet set (Hangeul 한글) now includes 21 vowels and 24 consonants, including 24 basic letters and 16 letters made up of basic letters.

Learning Korean as well as any other language in the world, the first thing is to learn the alphabet. Korean alphabet of hieroglyphic writing. Although there are ways to write characters completely different from Vietnamese, the Korean letters have a fairly simple way of reading, sounds similar to Vietnamese.

The Korean alphabet set (Hangeul 한글) now includes 21 vowels and 24 consonants, including 24 basic letters and 16 letters made up of basic letters.

Here is the Korean alphabet, their vowels, consonants and standard pronunciation.

Korean alphabet and pronunciation

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21 Korean vowels and pronunciation

10 single vowels in Korean include:

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11 extended vowels (double vowel) in Korean.

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In Korean, vowels cannot stand independently. There are always consonants not reading 'ㅇ' in front of vowels when standing independently in words or sentences.

19 consonants in Korean

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In order to be able to communicate in Korean, you must persist in learning and practicing a lot. First, start by learning the alphabet. Wish you early success.

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