Korean culture is on the rise: worldwide music and pop culture success, rapid economic growth and some of the world’s biggest and most relevant companies have put Korea on the map in a big way!
As the world becomes more connected to Korea through pop culture and the economy, the Korean language will become increasingly important.
And the best way to start learning Korean is to learn to read Hangeul, the Korean alphabet.
That’s where this post comes in. It teaches you how to read the Korean alphabet!
Did you know that there are fewer Korean characters than there are letters in the English alphabet?
Korean has 14 vowels and 10 consonants.