2 years ago5,000+ Views
When learning any language, the first thing you should generally start with is the alphabet. If you already know Hangul, you can skip to the next lesson which will cover basic sentence structure. I know it's troublesome, and a pain, but you gotta do what you gotta do. I learned Hangul in all of a couple days, by using a website called "90 Day Korean". Don't worry, it's free! Here's the link: https://www.90daykorean.com/learn-korean-alphabet/ Once you've got the letters down you'll need to practice reading to cement the characters in your memory. My suggestion? Go read Kpop lyrics! My personal favorite is "If You" by Big Bang, because they speak pretty clearly and it's easy for beginners. Fighting! 💪👊
Honestly, the vowels took a lot of practice for me as well, the most actually. 90 day Korean helped a little bit with the acronym they used but the most advice I can give is to keep practicing and reading.
I know the consonants but I know few vowels, I have lots of trouble remembering the vowels