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[Regularly, the Korean Alphabet is organized in 한글, or hangul. But in this case, I'm going through them by the order on the keyboard. Also, if I make a mistake, don't be afraid to comment! Before you 'report' this card: don't worry--I know the alphabet series isn't K-Pop related but it'll soon be. I'm still going over the alphabet :)]
Welcome! Today is a little different letter than last card's... it's the same shape, but different sounds!
Instead of "oh" like the last card, this one is more like "eo" (if I explain it easier, it's more like yo).
If you know Japanese, it kinda looks like a トthat's mirrored. It probably looks like... an "I" with a weird dot in the middle.
먹이 (meog-i)!
Means food~!
법 (beob)!
Means mood!
양털 (yan-teol)!
Means fleece/wool!
What do you think of this new type of card?
I tried to incorporate more K-Pop things as the past cards weren't very related to K-Pop.
Tell me if you want to be tagged on this series!
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Um I think you're right? What's your problem? Are you asking why it's "yan" instead of "yang"? @aliahwhbmida
2 years ago·Reply
Yes ! Why its "yan" instead of "yang" .In fact ,I had come across similar situation twice earlier . Akira to my understanding should be written 아기라 (Akira) instead it was written 어기러 ( Okiro ) . So I am confuse .Which rules should we follow . 미 안 해 ! I just want to understand for the sake of learning.Thanks !
2 years ago·Reply
@aliahwhbmida for the yang problem, be sure to check this out and try to figure it out yourself. If you still don't know, just ask me! I also don't know what the Akira thing is, so can't help you with that.
2 years ago·Reply
Akira is a Japanese name for one of our vinglers ! I will look at the link and thanks for the explaination!
2 years ago·Reply
I have seen the link and will study it further .Thanks.
2 years ago·Reply