As beginners in learning Korean and their alphabet 한글, a lot of us struggle with the curse of blocky handwriting.
There’s no shame in it though, all of us have it at one point – even native Koreans!
This is most probably due to the block structure of the writing system. However, as in any language – the more we practice the more we get lazy with our handwriting and we also adopt the letters to fit our writing flow better!
Recently I was enjoying kpop songs and since I know almost all of you listen to kpop songs too, I came up with the idea of teaching lessons through Kpop.
I will be choosing two sentences from kpop songs and I will be explaining it, one by one.
Today’s song will be Momoland’s Bboom Bboom.
Anyone who is passionate about South Korea will find themselves wanting to learn the language, surely the first step from which we must pass is to learn to read the hangul (한글), the Korean alphabet.
Learning to read Korean will only take you some days, if not only a couple of hours and if you already know Hangul, then this will be a good review!
Please note: I will explain the alphabet in order to, hopefully, make it easier to understand.
Have you been learning Korean or teaching yourself for a while?
Many people are learning Korean but are you sure you’re learning the right way?
I’m a non-Korean speaker but I speak fluently four languages – Italian, English, German and Spanish – so I can definitely say that I’ve tried a lot of methods to learn them. I’m going to tell you how and how not to learn languages but in particular Korean.