In the last lesson, we talked about the basics of Hangul. Hangul was created to help literate Korean people by moving away from a logographic system. It is an alphabet that has ten basic vowels and fourteen basic consonants. Today, we will learn the ten basic Korean vowels. First, we will learn three types of vowel construction, and then, we will learn how to read and write those basic vowels. I will start by speaking the ten vowels, “ㅏㅑㅓㅕㅗㅛㅜㅠㅡㅣ.”
Hi Everyone! Welcome to Aeri’s Korean Lessons. Many people asked me to teach them the Korean language. So I’m very excited to start these Korean lessons. I will try to post Korean lessons regularly with easy to understand explanations. I want to start from the very basic things and gradually add more advanced lessons. I hope that my Korean lessons can help your Korean study. Let’s study Korean together and have a fun time. Today, I just want to talk about the Korean alphabet, hangul.