한글 (hangul)

The Korean alphabet, known as Hangul in South Korea or 조선글 (joseon-geul) in North Korea, has been used to write the Korean language since its creation in the 15th century by King Sejong the Great, during the period of the Joseon dynasty (1393-1910).
Hangeul can be considered a fairly elaborate simplification of Chinese ideograms, in order to facilitate the reading and writing of the language for the working population of the time who had no access to reading, this privilege only of the nobility.

Learn How to Read Hangul:
https://www.howtostudykorean.com/unit0/

ㅂ= b
ㅈ= j
ㄷ= d
ㄱ= k
ㅅ= s
ㅁ= m
ㄴ= n
ㅎ= h
ㄹ= r/l
ㅇ = silent letter or -ng

ㅣ= i
ㅏ= a
ㅓ= Romanized as “eo” but it sounds closer to “uh” in English
ㅡ= eu
ㅜ= u
ㅗ= o

ㄲ = kk
ㅋ = k

ㅃ = bb
ㅍ = p

ㅉ = jj
ㅊ = ch

ㄸ = dd
ㅌ = t

ㅆ = ss

ㅑ = ya
ㅕ = yeo
ㅠ = yu
ㅛ = yo
ㅐ = ae  (identical to ㅔ)
ㅔ = e (identical to ㅐ)
ㅟ = wi
ㅝ = wo
ㅚ = oe
ㅘ = wa
ㅢ = ui

ㅙ = wae
ㅒ= yae
ㅖ = ye
ㅞ = we

VOCABULARY

아이 = child
오이 = cucumber
이 = tooth
이 = two
오 = five
우유 = milk
여유 =  fox
아야 = ouch!
요요 = yoyo

waybhomeㅎㅎ