Lately, I’ve been struggling a little with reading/pronouncing Korean Hangeul, especially certain combinations. I found this very helpful video on Youtube recently:
This focuses mostly on sounds like 와, 외, 왜 and so on. Sometimes they’re easy to figure out: 와 is just “o” and “a”, so if you say “oa”, it sounds right. But some are less intuitive, and it helps to hear from native speaker.
I like this video’s presentation, too. I’d like to know how he made it (how he can draw in the video like that).
For Korean language students, or just curious people, enjoy!
P.S. I’m using English and Japanese books on Korean to help solve this. Some parts of Korean pronunciation are easier to explain in English, some are easier to explain in Japanese. More on this in a later post. 😉
P.P.S. Another double-post. Actually another blog misfire hee hee.