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Here's an Easy Way to Learn to Read and Write the Korean Alphabet

Easy-peasy steps!
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If you're a true blue kinain-ng-sistema K-Drama fan, you've for sure learned more than a thing or two about their language. But have you tried writing or reading Korean words written using their alphabet? It's a little intimidating to look at, but with these tips from ryanestrada.com, we have no doubt you won't be needing an English subtitles to your K-Dramas in no time!

  1. Start with vowels and consonants.

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  1. Combine the vowels and consonants.

  1. Add notches

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  1. Double up

  1. Try it yourself!

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Now practice writing your name or start reading Kim Bok Joo's bucketlist!

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