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Teach yourself Korean
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Yes, it is possible to learn Korean by yourself! There are so many free online websites and phone apps for learning the Korean language that you may not know where or how to start. Kickstart your DIY Korean learning journey from this series of "Teach yourself Korean" mobile learning app and navigate through the plentiful Korean learning resources. Wishing you big strides and great progress in learning a new language!

Teach yourself Korean Lessons

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  1. Korean: the language of Hallyu
  2. The ABCs of the Korean language: vowels

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Korean: the language of Hallyu

With the international popularity of Hallyu or the Korean Wave, Kdrama and Kpop, many from around the globe has picked up Korean as a new language.

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Origin of Hangeul

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한글날 Hangeul Day on 9 October is a public holiday in South Korea.

The ABCs of the Korean language: vowels

This lesson covers the 10 basic vowels of the Korean language.

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10 basic VOWELS

Romanised as "a". Note the line points to right away from the circle.

Romanised as "eo". Note the line points to left towards the circle.

Romanised as "0". Note the line points up to the circle.

Romanised as "u". Note the line points down away from the circle.

Four becomes eight with an extra line!

The extra line (in red) prefixes the pronunciation with a "y" sound.

The extra line also prefixes the romanisation with a "y".

So "o" becomes "yo" and this is the very "yo" in "an-nyeong-ha-sae-yo", which is a typical Korean hello!

Let's learn your very first two Korean vocabulary. The above two together happens to be the Korean word for "milk".

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