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For handwriting, I recommend [a {15}]Hangul Master by Talk to Me in Korean[/a], which will show you ...
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[h3]Handwriting and Typing[/h3] Now that you can read and recognize the symbols of the Korean alpha...
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As always, hard does not mean impossible. You can master Korean sounds, just as I (and many other le...
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[h3]Pronunciation[/h3] Though you can now recognize all of the letters in the Korean alphabet, you ...
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However, your job as a Korean learner is not done yet. In reality, it is just the beginning. Here...
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If you've spent (or will soon spend) a few hours learning and reviewing the information I've shared ...
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[h3]Taking Your [notranslate]한글[/notranslate] Skills to the Next Level[/h3] At this point, you've...
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Here are a few videos that will lead you through the intricacies of [notranslate]받침[/notranslate], o...
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And the word for life [notranslate]("salm")[/notranslate]: {32} Unfortunately, this is where p...
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When written, these syllables look a bit more crowded than their CV counterparts, so you'll need to ...
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[h3]Practicing Complex Syllables[/h3] Unlike languages such as Japanese, Korean syllables aren't al...
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If you'd like, you can even learn the simple syllables through song, as in this video: {9}
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You start with a chart like the one below, and use it to memorize the sounds of all of the simple co...
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Fortunately, this is how young Korean children begin to learn to read, so there are ample resources ...
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[h3]Practicing Simple Syllables[/h3] Once you know the individual symbols for vowels and consonants...
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So, a syllable containing literally only the "ah" vowel in "father" needs to be written
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One important exception to syllable-block building that I have yet to mention: If a syllable in a w...
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Then, once the proper syllable blocks have been constructed, you put them next to one another, just ...
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However, you can't write {27} all in a row and call it a day. That doesn't work at all. Instead, ...
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Korean is a little different, in that the "letters" are not written in sequence, but rather organize...
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