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What I hate about speaking Korean



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I’ve gotten better with saying these letters as I study more, but they are still the most difficult and annoying to pronounce for me. Especially when coupled with other letters. Sometimes I say them too strongly or not strong enough which results in confused stares from my listeners.



8 thoughts on “What I Hate Most About Speaking Korean

  1. MichelleH says:

    Yes! Thank you! My experience exactly. Oh, and add to that – the total paranoia I have about pronouncing a kid’s name which has the syllable 동 in it.

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      haha that is definitely a syllable you don’t want to say too strongly πŸ˜‰

      • Phil says:

        My brother-in-law has that syllable in his name πŸ™
        It has been the source of many laughs πŸ™‚

  2. Kyle says:

    I remember reading a yogurt container and my friends said it sounded like I was saying a sex position lol

  3. Doralis says:

    I can totally relate. My Korean teacher does random pronunciation drills of these letters and I get so frustrated. But the worst part is when she’ll start saying syllables and asks us one by one which letter is she saying. For example, “Am I saying γ…ƒ or ㅍ?” O__o

  4. Michael Hwang says:

    What I hate most about speaking Korean is using polite words to an older people and adults. I’ve gotten better with practicing my Korean-language speaking skills as I practice more, but’s it’s perplexing for me. Sometimes I say the unpolite words with an aggressive tone to my friend who is older than me and her parents, too. Talking like that would make them angry.

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