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Geulja Geek: 우, 유, 으, 이, 의, and ㅔ

Welcome to part 5 of our series, Geulja Geek (geulja = letter). If you haven’t read Part 1 I highly recommend

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Geulja Geek: 아, 야, 어, 여, 오, and 요

Welcome to part 4 of our series, Geulja Geek (geulja = letter). If you haven’t read Part 1 I highly recommend

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Geulja Geek: ㅋ, ㅌ, ㅍ, and ㅎ

Welcome to part 3 of our series, Geulja Geek (geulja = letter). If you haven’t read Part 1 and Part 2 I highly recommend

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Geulja Geek: ㅂ, ㅅ, ㅇ, ㅈ, and ㅊ

Welcome to part 2 of our series, Geulja Geek (geulja = letter). If you haven’t read Part 1, I highly recommend

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Geulja Geek: ㄱ, ㄴ, ㄷ, ㄹ, and ㅁ

Welcome to part 1 of our new series, Geulja Geek (geulja = letter). Each month we will be dissecting a set of letters from the Korean alphabet.

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Phonetics: Hangul vs Hiragana / Katakana

Like Korean, the Japanese written language started off using Chinese characters. Throughout the centuries the Japanese created their own letters (kana)

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The Drama of Creating Hangul

In 1446 Korea (then called Joseon) had an uproar over the announcement of a new writing system called Hunminjeonguem, meaning The Proper Sounds for the

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Hangul throughout K-pop music

K-pop only started gaining an international fanbase within the past 5-7 years and it’s incredible to see so many people around the world get into the

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