Better get learning. . LEARN TO READ KOREAN IN 15 MINUTES OKAY LOOK . I KNOW. KOREAN LOOKS SUPER HARD Ta READ. LIKE ONE OF THOSE PICTORAL LANGUAGES “HERE YOU GO
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Better get learning

LEARN TO
READ KOREAN
IN 15 MINUTES
OKAY LOOK .
I KNOW. KOREAN LOOKS
SUPER HARD Ta READ.
LIKE ONE OF THOSE PICTORAL
LANGUAGES “HERE YOU GOTTA
LEARN A NEH SYMBOL FOR
EVERY DANE: WORD.
BUT IT' S ACTUALLY
JUST A SUPER SIMPLE
ALPHABET. MAYBE THE
EASIEST ALPHABET
Pl THE WORLD.
UNAME OTHER
SYSTEMS THAT EVOLVE-‘ I
OVER GENERATIONS ONE
aux SAT I: -am DAY
AND MADE up THE KOREAN
ALPHABET SO THERE' S
FEISTIER LETTERS AND THEY
SOUND THE SAME.
I' MA TEACH Tau.
OKAY JUST REMEMBER
THESE 11 LETTERS.
OBVIOUSLY THOSE ARE
NOT THE REAL NAMES.
BUT THAT' S IFTHAT THEY
Lam: LITE Ta ME AND
THE Figf Is
THE sauna THEY HARE!
SO HHAD DO I _ EACH SYLLABLE IS SOUSEI-{ ED INTO
DO FINN THEM? _ ONE BLOCK. EACH BLOCK MUST
HAVE ONE CONSONANT AND
ONE VOWEL.
o' YOU DON' T NEED A CONSONANT YOU
JUST USE ‘NOTHING’ AS A 'ii' Dii:"
TRY SOUNDING
THESE ONES our
YOURSELF.
t MEAN am’
m I HAVE
EVERYTHING?
IF arm mm CCAM ADE’ " IE MORE
IF Tau ADD A LITTLE
Ta THE LETTERS,
YOU SAN CHANGE THE
ti) BECOMES if
If BECOMES r
NOTHING BECOMES If
ADD an MORE ,
AND you EGET tur
lit ADD THE NUTEEH TO A it'll! W, IT
HILL SOCOND WEE THE PLACE YOU PUT IT
If THERE' S mo TREES...
III" IIH
an me L
me AT HERE?
JUST A DOUPLE IF 'EAN I. 7' CEI._ ILLE UP A
PIG‘ HI” , JUST STRESS THE
MORE RULES Ta M, “L”
Th Ati YOAI_ I JUST Lorant' THE TIME!
USUALLY IT JUST , LIKE tmr, ADDED A H.
CHEATER NET NAG I-‘ IE
YUP WAU. YES YO YOU
THERE ARE 3
NOTHING SUMMIT 'awr' t'
if? ! f' ' agr MAKES AN HE MAKES A , MAKES AN L
or A tmci. AV. IF Tau PUT tr IF Tau an IT IF mu PUT
AT THE END. AT THE END. an THE Eter,
jdl, ii? THE Ctid/ TO ‘THEIR fll"
SO TEAM THAT' S t
PRACTICE WRITING
YOUR arm NAME
we YOUR FAVORITE
lg CHARACTERS‘.
YOU MAY HAVE TO
REPLACE A LETTER
OR ADD AN EXTRA
MAKE IT MORE.
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User avatar #1 - godtherapist (02/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, that teaches me how to substitute Germanic Letters with Korean Ones but I still don't know any Korean words.
#6 to #1 - anon (02/28/2014) [-]
The purpose was to show that the written language doesn't require a bunch of memorization of thousands of different images and that it's mainly comprised of a couple of symbols.
User avatar #7 to #6 - godtherapist (02/28/2014) [-]
You just described every alphabet ever. Still doesn't help me understand the language.
User avatar #9 to #7 - tinglyturtletaint (02/28/2014) [-]
It never claimed to. It only claimed to help you phonetically read the korean written language. Go buy rosetta ******* stone or something if you want to learn to speak korean.
#8 to #1 - kjoni (02/28/2014) [-]
*latin letters
User avatar #14 to #8 - satrenkotheone (02/28/2014) [-]
ÆØÅ Ö Ä
User avatar #2 - qwarthos (02/27/2014) [-]
i didn't learn anything
User avatar #15 - melkevegen (02/28/2014) [-]
ping pong ping pong
#17 to #15 - anon (02/28/2014) [-]
Skide Nordmand, det hedder altså Ching Chong Ping Pong!
User avatar #18 to #17 - melkevegen (02/28/2014) [-]
okå
#19 - serotonin (02/28/2014) [-]
Serbian (or SerboCroatian if you will) has almost perfect phonetic alphabet. Each sound used in language has one letter/symbol. Learn 30 letters in alphabet and boom - now you can writte and read any You need to login to view this link rules no nothing just 30 sounds. That is why we dont have spelling bee contests - if you can say word you can writte it down

Like Korean this didnt evolve. Serbia didnt have long literate history (Ottoman ocupation kind of ****** things up) so this smart fella from pic with help of (i **** you not) Grimm brothers cooked up almost perfect writing system.
#21 to #19 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
Italian has almost perfect association too. I guess that the phonetic system didn't change much from latin.
I studied a little slavic philology at university, and i must say: Even tho modern cyrillic is much more practical, I prefer the old Glagolitic. That **** was sick! Cyril and Methodius ftw.
User avatar #23 to #21 - serotonin (02/28/2014) [-]
I prefere Cyrilic to Latinic.
In latinic we have couple of double letters - two symbols for one sound while in Cyrilic there are none. Example : Њ = Nj . Cyriliic one was made by puting two symbols together - N and semivowel- put together they make new sound and there for they have single letteр
#25 to #23 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
It's Latin, not Latinic. Just saying.
I understand what you're saying, however, double letters in latin alphabet are just an impression. Things like i/y or c/k where meant to mark a greek pronunciation instead of a latin one. They were two different sounds in latin. There are languages like english that maintained those symbols. But english symbol/sound correlation is a mess anyway. In Italian all the unused letters where removed. We have 21 letters.
And for the new sounds, we used the same method as you described for Nj. The only difference is that they're not fused in a single one, however since they're always pronunced that way, there was no real need for fusion.
User avatar #22 to #21 - methodius (02/28/2014) [-]
man, I've been mentioned way too many times
#24 to #22 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
lol, i didn't expect that
#13 - goobyman (02/28/2014) [-]
why does my name ******* look like this?
#16 to #13 - anon (02/28/2014) [-]
IDK Justin, you tell me.
User avatar #26 to #16 - goobyman (03/01/2014) [-]
no like what the **** is that s with the ee and oo on top?????
User avatar #12 - shinigamizak (02/28/2014) [-]
thanks a lot for this. i've been thinking about learning hangul for a while now!
#10 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
I wish someone made something similar for hiragana and katakana.
User avatar #11 to #10 - shinigamizak (02/28/2014) [-]
in my opinion, hiragana and katakana is simpler than this. just look at a chart and learn one line at a time? just a tip.
like start with a, i, u, e, o
then ka, ki, ku, ke, ko
then sa, shi, su, se, so
and so on
#20 to #11 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
I was referring to memorizations strategies. After reading this just once i'm able to remember the sound associated with every symbol. With no mistake. I can't say the same of hiragana and katakana. I can easly memorize one line at a time just like you said, but when i see a symbol my brain has to go check one line at the time to find the right association, and after a while of inactivity i start to confuse the lines. This happens cause there is no real association between the shape of the symbol and the sound.
Of course, I can solve all this by studing more, but that's still much more work than simply look at a picture.
User avatar #3 - popcornqueen (02/28/2014) [-]
Why is "batman" spelled "basman"?
#5 to #3 - anon (02/28/2014) [-]
It's not. That symbol makes a "T" sound when its put at the end of a word.
For this instance, Bat Man is split into two words.
User avatar #27 to #5 - popcornqueen (03/01/2014) [-]
Ah. I didn't catch that. Thanks.
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