Korean Alphabet – Additional Information

Ok, so a few additional things on Korean character construction and pronunciation.. Korean words are always constructed with a consonant at the beginning, followed by a vowel, then possibly followed by one or two additional consonants. For example, 나 is constructed by a consonant (ㄴ) followed by a vowel (ㅏ). Since ‘ㄴ’ is the ‘n’… Continue reading Korean Alphabet – Additional Information