Pronouncing the Hangul Alphabet (Consonants)

Hangul Alphabet Pronunciation Chart (Consonants)

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Hangul Alphabet Pronunciation Chart (Consonants)

 

Here is a Hangul Alphabet Chart that will help you learn the pronunciation of the consonants.

Many people learning Korean know how to pronounce vowels of the Hangul alphabet because they sound just like they are written. However, knowing how to pronounce the consonants is less well known. Hopefully this helps you all out with some of the basics. We’ve also written them below with the English romanization.

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ㄱ = 기역 (gi-yeok)

ㄲ = 쌍기역 (ssang-giyeok)

ㄴ = 니은 (ni-eun)

ㄷ = 디귿 (di-geut)

ㄸ = 쌍디귿 (ssang-di-geut)

ㄹ = 리을 (ri-eul)

ㅁ = 미음 (mi-eum)

ㅂ = 비읍 (bi-eub)

ㅃ = 쌍비읍 (ssang-bi-eub)

ㅅ = 시옷 (si-ot)

ㅆ = 쌍시옷 (ssang-si-ot)

ㅇ = 이응 (i-eung)

ㅈ = 지읒 (ji-eut)

ㅉ = 쌍찌읒 (ssang-jji-eut)

ㅊ = 치읓 (chi-eut)

ㅋ = 키읔 (ki-euk)

ㅌ = 티읕 (ti-eut)

ㅍ = 피읖 (pi-eup)

ㅎ = 히읗 (hi-eut)

Also remember that romanization is only a tool. Try not to depend on it too much. Learning the Hangul alphabet is the key to success!

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