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Here is the list of romantic Korean phrases you’ll need!

I miss you – 보고 싶어 (bogo sipeo)
I like you – 좋아해 (joahae)
I like you a lot – 많이 좋아해 (mani joahae)
I want to see you – 만나고 싶어 (mannago sipeo)
I love you – 사랑해 (saranghae)
I love you too – 나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae)
I love you with all my heart – 진심으로 사랑해 (jinsimeuro saranghae)
I’m crazy about you – 너에게 반했어 (neoege banhaesseo)
I’d like you to be my girlfriend or boyfriend. – 나랑 사귈래 (narang sagwillae)
I miss your smile – 미소가 정말 그리워 (misoga jeongmal geuriwo)
I would like to spend more time with you – 너랑 더 오래 같이 있고 싶어 (neorang deo orae gachi itgo sipeo)
BASIC word korea hangul ❤️❤️

Annyeonghaseyo - (Hello)
Jebal - 제발 (Please)
Mianhae - 미안해 (Sorry)
Saranghae - 사랑해 (I love you)
Waeyo - 왜요 (Why)
Eonnie - 언니 elder sister [when you're a girl])
Hyung - 형 (elder brother [when you're a boy])
Eotteoke - 어떻게 (What should I do/What to do)
Jinjja - 진짜 (Really)
Kamsahamnida - 감사합니다 (Thank You)
Kyeopta - 귀엽다 (Cute)
Arasseo - 알았어 (Okay/Got it)
Chingu - 친구 (Friend)
Aigoo - 아이구
Oppa - 오빠 elder brother [when you're a girl])
Ahjusshi - 아저씨
Daebak - 대박 (Awesome)
Yagsok - 약속 (Promise)
Ne - 네 (Yes)
Abeoji - 아버지 (Father)
Nugu - 누구 (Who)
Eodiseo - 어디서 (Where)
Hajima - 하지마 (Stop)
Jowahaeyo - 좋아해요 (Like)
Ani - 아니 (No)
Geuttae - 그때 (Then)
Donguihaeyo - 동의해요 (I agree)
- 맞아요 (Exactly)
Ppali - 빨리 (Faster)
What - 뭐 (Mwo)
When - 언제 (Eonje)
Happy new year
. 새해 복 많이 받으세요.
KOREAN PEOPLE

어머니 (emmeoni) Mother
엄마 (Eomma) Mom
아버지 (abeoji) Father
아빠 (appa) Dad
여자 (yeoja) Woman
남자 (namja) Man
소녀 or 여자아이 (sonyeo or yeojaai) Girl
소년 or 남자아이 (sonyeon or namjaai) Boy
아내 (anae) Wife
남편 (nampyeon) Husbuand
여자친구 (yeojachingu) Girlfriend
남자친구 (namjachingu) Boyfriend
아줌마 (ajumma) Aunt/older lady
아저씨 (ajussi) Uncle/older man
형 or 형님 (hyung or hyungnim) older brother/guy
오빠 (oppa)--female to male-- Older brother/guy
언니 (eonni)--female to female-- Older sister/girl
누나 (noona)--male to female-- Older sister/girl
동생 (dongsaeng) Younger sibling/person
여동생 (yodungsaeng) Younger sister
남동생 (namdungsaeng) Younger Brother

Enjoy Learning
25 KOREAN PHRASES (FORMAL)

1. 안녕하세요 (Hi, Hello)
2. 안녕히 가세요 (Bye, when someone is leaving)
3. 안녕히 계세요 (Bye, when you are living)
4. 안녕히 주무세요 (Good night)
5. 안녕히 주무셨어요 (Good morning)
6. 잘 먹겠습니다 (Before eating)
7. 잘 먹었습니다 (After eating)
8. 감사합니다 (Thank you!)
9. 죄송합니다 (Sorry)
10. 괜찮아요 (it's fine)
11. 수고하 셨습니다 (Thank you for your efforts)
12. 네 (Yes)
13. 아니요 (No)
14. 왜요? (Why?)
15. 좋아요 (I like it)
16. 싫어요 (I don't like it)
17. 여보세요 (Hello- on the phone)
18. 뭐 드실래요 (why do you want to eat?, do you want to eat?)
19. 뭐 마실래요 (what do you want to drink? , do you want to drink?)
20. 이름이 뭐에요 (what's your name?)
21. 제 이름은___(이) 예요 (my name is__)
22. 만나서 반갑습니다 (Nice to meet you)
23. 당음에봐요 (see you next time)
24. 생일 축하합니다 (Happy Birthday)
25. 화장실 어디에요? (Where's the bathroom?)

Enjoy Learning, ❤
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📕KOREAN ALPHABET 한글/Han-geul/📕
14 Consonants
Hangul – Sound – Name
ㄱ – g – giyeok (기역)
ㄴ – n – nieun (니은)
ㄷ – d – digeut (디귿)
ㄹ – l/r – rieul (리을)
ㅁ – m – mieum (미음)
ㅂ – b – bieup (비읍)
ㅅ – s – siot (시옷)
ㅇ – silent (at start of word) or ng – ieung (이응)
ㅈ – j – jieut (지읒)
ㅊ – ch – chieut (치읓)
ㅋ – k – kieuk (키읔)
ㅌ – t – tieut (티읕)
ㅍ – p – pieup (피읖)
ㅎ – h – hieut (히읗)
5 Tense Consonants
ㄲ – kk – ssanggiyeok (쌍기역)
ㄸ – tt – ssangdigeut (쌍디귿)
ㅃ – pp – ssangbieup (쌍비읍)
ㅆ – ss – ssangsiot (쌍시옷)
ㅉ – jj – ssangjieut (쌍지읒)
6 Vowels
The names of vowels are no different than the name of the letter
itself. What changes is the way it’s written out, with the silent
initial ㅇ ieung in front. Learning a foreign language doesn’t
have to be hard. If you’re struggling with the minor details like
this,
ㅏ – a – a (아)
ㅓ – eo – eo (어)
ㅗ – o – o (오)
ㅜ – u – u (우)
ㅡ – eu – eu (으)
ㅣ – i – i (이)
4 Iotized Vowels Containing y
ㅑ – ya – ya (야)
ㅕ – yeo – yeo (여)
ㅛ – yo – yo (요)
ㅠ – yu – yu (유)
5 Iotized Diphthongs
ㅐ – ae – ae (애)
ㅒ – yae – yae (얘)
ㅔ – e – e (에)
ㅖ – ye – ye (예)
ㅢ – ui – ui (의)
6 Vowels and Diphthongs Containing w
ㅘ – wa – wa (와)
ㅙ – wae – wae (왜)
ㅚ – oe – oe (외)
ㅝ – wo – wo (워)
ㅞ – we – we (웨)
ㅟ – wi – wi (위)
Korean Alphabet Order
ㄱ ㄲ ㄴ ㄷ ㄸ ㄹ ㅁ ㅂ ㅃ ㅅ ㅆ ㅇ ㅈ ㅉ ㅊ ㅋ ㅌ ㅍ
ㅎㅏ ㅐ ㅑ ㅒ ㅓ ㅔ ㅕ ㅖ ㅗ ㅘ ㅙ ㅚ ㅛ ㅜ ㅝ ㅞ ㅟ ㅠ ㅡ ㅢ ㅣ
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•••ENGLISH ALPHABET vs. HANGUL ALPHABET•••
This is my own interpretation of decrypting English Alphabet into Hangul Alphabet.
•A - 아
•B - ㅂ
•C - ㅊ
•D - ㄷ,ㄸ
•E - 에,애
•F - ㅍ
•G - ㄱ,ㄲ,ㅋ
•H - ㅎ
•I - 이
•J -ㅈ
•K - ㄱ/ㄲ/ㅋ
•L - ㄹ
•M - ㅁ
•N - ㄴ
•Ñ - 녀, 뉴,뇨,냐,녜, 냬
•ng - ㅇ
•O - 어, 오
•P - ㅍ
•Q - 교, 규, 겨
•R - ㄹ
•S - ㅅ, ㅆ
•T - ㄷ, ㅌ, ㄸ
•U - 으, 우
•V - ㅂ, ㅃ
•W - 와, 워, 의, 왜, 외
•X - ㅅ, ㄱㅅ
•Y - 야, 여,ㅖ, 요, 유,얘
•Z - ㅈ, ㅉ
Korean History Post #1: HANGUL DAY

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Today is the Korean holiday Hangul Day (한글날). This is my first post in my Korean history series. If you are interested, please search my name in the group search bar or use the hashtags listed above, if you wish to read more Korean history content!

🌸WHAT IS HANGUL 한글 DAY?🌸

A holiday which celebrates the creation of the Korean alphabet which is used in modern day Korea

🌸MEANING BEHIND THE NAME🌸

In South Korea, this holiday is called Hanguel Day 한글 날 because han 한 represents Korea, gul 글 represents the writing system and nal 날 means "day."

In North Korea, this holiday is called Choseongul nal 조선글 날. Choseon 조선 is the last dynasty of Korea before what is now modern day Korea, it lasted from 1392 to 1897.

🌸WHY IS NORTH KOREA REFERRED TO BY THE NAME OF AN ENDED DYNASTY?🌸

After World War 2 ended in 1945, South Korea and North Korea became 2 separate countries. South Korea chose to change its name from Choseon 조선 to 대한민국/한국 daehanmiguk/hanguk, whereas North Korea has a tendency to prefer traditional values and thus chose to still hold onto the name of the previous dynasty.

🌸WHEN WAS HANGUL 한글 INVENTED?🌸

King Sejong, known as Sejong the Great, had his scholars help him create this alphabetic writing system in the 1440s. It was initially called hunmin chongeum 훈민정음 which means "the correct sound for the instruction of the people."

🌸WHAT DID KOREA FIRST USE BEFORE HANGUL?🌸

Traditional Chinese characters like this:
"標準國語大辭典"

Korea used Chinese characters called Hanja 한자! In modern day Korea, Koreans typically only use hangul 한글 now. However, in some rare instances, one may see hanja 한자 still used on newspaper titles, packs of ramen (alongside the hangul written name), on some shop signs, etc. Koreans typically know very basic Chinese characters, but nothing more is required anymore.

🌸WHY WAS HANGUL INVENTED IF CHINESE CHARACTERS EXISTED🌸

Chinese characters were hard to learn, mainly the yangban 양반, the nobles, could use it. The common people could not. Illiteracy was high in Korea prior to the creation of hangul. However, now due to hangul, modern day Korea has one of the highest literacy rates in the world!

🌸WHEN DID HANGUL START BEING USED?🌸

Between the 19th and 20th centuries (1800s-1900s)

🌸WHY DID KOREANS DECIDE TO WAIT SO LONG TO USE HANGUL?🌸

The nobles thought that Chinese characters were traditionally valuable and elite. They did not want the common people to be literate nor did they want their elite knowledge of Chinese characters replaced with an easy writing system that was of no use to nobles who already knew how to write in Chinese characters.

🌸HANGUL IS AN EFFICIENT ALPHABET🌸

1) It uses letters, like English does, instead of idiographs, like Chinese does. Typically, alphabets are easier to learn

2) It only has 24 letters, making it even less lengthy than English, which has 26 letters

3) The letters are incredibly simplistic in design. Korean letters have very few strokes and are easy to differentiate. Many letters are just lines: ㅣ,ㅡ,ㅐ,ㅑ or simple shapes: ㅇ,ㅁ,ㄱ,ㄷ.

🌸THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE ALPHABET DESIGN🌸

4) The Korean letters were actually designed to mimic the shapes of the mouth and throat during the process of speech!

Below I will list a few specific examples based on my understanding of the shapes of the Korean letters and my understanding or phonetics (the study of speech sounds in language) which I study in my field of linguistics (the study of language).

If scientific language is boring to you, please skip the ❤s and move onto the next caption!

❤The B sound is ㅂ in Korean. In phonetics (the study of speech sound) we know that B ㅂ is articulated (the sound is formed) at the bilabial (lips). As your lips open in a popping motion to pronounce B ㅂ, your lips take on a square-like shape. This is why B ㅂ looks square-like!

❤In fact, M ㅁ and ㅍ P are also bilabial consonants (letters formed via a popping motion of the lips) which is why they also mimic the squared lip shape and look square-like!

❤ The G sound in Korean is ㄱ. The G sound is a velar sound. The velar is located at the roof of the mouth. Our tongue curls just a bit in order to make the G sound. This ㄱ letter actually represents the shape of that curl!

❤ Korean doesn't have an R or L, it has a mixed letter ㄹ. Is it an R or an L? It's both. Place of articulation is the phonetic term for wear in the mouth a sound is created. The English R does not have an easily definable place. The English L is a dental sound because our tongue is between our teeth. The Korean ㄹ sound is an alveolar because it curls against the ridge, the bump, right behind our upper front teeth. The shape is curly like this ㄹ because our tongue curls a lot when making this sound.

Just remember though, next time you ask what Korean's R and L sound is, remember that it is an entirely different sound altogether. Our mouth's positioning isn't even the same!!!
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Here is the list of romantic Korean phrases you’ll need!

I miss you – 보고 싶어 (bogo sipeo)
I like you – 좋아해 (joahae)
I like you a lot – 많이 좋아해 (mani joahae)
I want to see you – 만나고 싶어 (mannago sipeo)
I love you – 사랑해 (saranghae)
I love you too – 나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae)
I love you with all my heart – 진심으로 사랑해 (jinsimeuro saranghae)
I’m crazy about you – 너에게 반했어 (neoege banhaesseo)
I’d like you to be my girlfriend or boyfriend. – 나랑 사귈래 (narang sagwillae)
I miss your smile – 미소가 정말 그리워 (misoga jeongmal geuriwo)
I would like to spend more time with you – 너랑 더 오래 같이 있고 싶어 (neorang deo orae gachi itgo sipeo)

23/10/2021

BASIC word korea hangul ❤️❤️

Annyeonghaseyo - (Hello)
Jebal - 제발 (Please)
Mianhae - 미안해 (Sorry)
Saranghae - 사랑해 (I love you)
Waeyo - 왜요 (Why)
Eonnie - 언니 elder sister [when you're a girl])
Hyung - 형 (elder brother [when you're a boy])
Eotteoke - 어떻게 (What should I do/What to do)
Jinjja - 진짜 (Really)
Kamsahamnida - 감사합니다 (Thank You)
Kyeopta - 귀엽다 (Cute)
Arasseo - 알았어 (Okay/Got it)
Chingu - 친구 (Friend)
Aigoo - 아이구
Oppa - 오빠 elder brother [when you're a girl])
Ahjusshi - 아저씨
Daebak - 대박 (Awesome)
Yagsok - 약속 (Promise)
Ne - 네 (Yes)
Abeoji - 아버지 (Father)
Nugu - 누구 (Who)
Eodiseo - 어디서 (Where)
Hajima - 하지마 (Stop)
Jowahaeyo - 좋아해요 (Like)
Ani - 아니 (No)
Geuttae - 그때 (Then)
Donguihaeyo - 동의해요 (I agree)
- 맞아요 (Exactly)
Ppali - 빨리 (Faster)
What - 뭐 (Mwo)
When - 언제 (Eonje)
Happy new year
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KOREAN PEOPLE

어머니 (emmeoni) Mother
엄마 (Eomma) Mom
아버지 (abeoji) Father
아빠 (appa) Dad
여자 (yeoja) Woman
남자 (namja) Man
소녀 or 여자아이 (sonyeo or yeojaai) Girl
소년 or 남자아이 (sonyeon or namjaai) Boy
아내 (anae) Wife
남편 (nampyeon) Husbuand
여자친구 (yeojachingu) Girlfriend
남자친구 (namjachingu) Boyfriend
아줌마 (ajumma) Aunt/older lady
아저씨 (ajussi) Uncle/older man
형 or 형님 (hyung or hyungnim) older brother/guy
오빠 (oppa)--female to male-- Older brother/guy
언니 (eonni)--female to female-- Older sister/girl
누나 (noona)--male to female-- Older sister/girl
동생 (dongsaeng) Younger sibling/person
여동생 (yodungsaeng) Younger sister
남동생 (namdungsaeng) Younger Brother

Enjoy Learning

KOREAN PEOPLE

어머니 (emmeoni) Mother
엄마 (Eomma) Mom
아버지 (abeoji) Father
아빠 (appa) Dad
여자 (yeoja) Woman
남자 (namja) Man
소녀 or 여자아이 (sonyeo or yeojaai) Girl
소년 or 남자아이 (sonyeon or namjaai) Boy
아내 (anae) Wife
남편 (nampyeon) Husbuand
여자친구 (yeojachingu) Girlfriend
남자친구 (namjachingu) Boyfriend
아줌마 (ajumma) Aunt/older lady
아저씨 (ajussi) Uncle/older man
형 or 형님 (hyung or hyungnim) older brother/guy
오빠 (oppa)--female to male-- Older brother/guy
언니 (eonni)--female to female-- Older sister/girl
누나 (noona)--male to female-- Older sister/girl
동생 (dongsaeng) Younger sibling/person
여동생 (yodungsaeng) Younger sister
남동생 (namdungsaeng) Younger Brother

Enjoy Learning

19/10/2021

25 KOREAN PHRASES (FORMAL)

1. 안녕하세요 (Hi, Hello)
2. 안녕히 가세요 (Bye, when someone is leaving)
3. 안녕히 계세요 (Bye, when you are living)
4. 안녕히 주무세요 (Good night)
5. 안녕히 주무셨어요 (Good morning)
6. 잘 먹겠습니다 (Before eating)
7. 잘 먹었습니다 (After eating)
8. 감사합니다 (Thank you!)
9. 죄송합니다 (Sorry)
10. 괜찮아요 (it's fine)
11. 수고하 셨습니다 (Thank you for your efforts)
12. 네 (Yes)
13. 아니요 (No)
14. 왜요? (Why?)
15. 좋아요 (I like it)
16. 싫어요 (I don't like it)
17. 여보세요 (Hello- on the phone)
18. 뭐 드실래요 (why do you want to eat?, do you want to eat?)
19. 뭐 마실래요 (what do you want to drink? , do you want to drink?)
20. 이름이 뭐에요 (what's your name?)
21. 제 이름은___(이) 예요 (my name is__)
22. 만나서 반갑습니다 (Nice to meet you)
23. 당음에봐요 (see you next time)
24. 생일 축하합니다 (Happy Birthday)
25. 화장실 어디에요? (Where's the bathroom?)

Enjoy Learning, ❤

25 KOREAN PHRASES (FORMAL)

1. 안녕하세요 (Hi, Hello)
2. 안녕히 가세요 (Bye, when someone is leaving)
3. 안녕히 계세요 (Bye, when you are living)
4. 안녕히 주무세요 (Good night)
5. 안녕히 주무셨어요 (Good morning)
6. 잘 먹겠습니다 (Before eating)
7. 잘 먹었습니다 (After eating)
8. 감사합니다 (Thank you!)
9. 죄송합니다 (Sorry)
10. 괜찮아요 (it's fine)
11. 수고하 셨습니다 (Thank you for your efforts)
12. 네 (Yes)
13. 아니요 (No)
14. 왜요? (Why?)
15. 좋아요 (I like it)
16. 싫어요 (I don't like it)
17. 여보세요 (Hello- on the phone)
18. 뭐 드실래요 (why do you want to eat?, do you want to eat?)
19. 뭐 마실래요 (what do you want to drink? , do you want to drink?)
20. 이름이 뭐에요 (what's your name?)
21. 제 이름은___(이) 예요 (my name is__)
22. 만나서 반갑습니다 (Nice to meet you)
23. 당음에봐요 (see you next time)
24. 생일 축하합니다 (Happy Birthday)
25. 화장실 어디에요? (Where's the bathroom?)

Enjoy Learning, ❤

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📕KOREAN ALPHABET 한글/Han-geul/📕
14 Consonants
Hangul – Sound – Name
ㄱ – g – giyeok (기역)
ㄴ – n – nieun (니은)
ㄷ – d – digeut (디귿)
ㄹ – l/r – rieul (리을)
ㅁ – m – mieum (미음)
ㅂ – b – bieup (비읍)
ㅅ – s – siot (시옷)
ㅇ – silent (at start of word) or ng – ieung (이응)
ㅈ – j – jieut (지읒)
ㅊ – ch – chieut (치읓)
ㅋ – k – kieuk (키읔)
ㅌ – t – tieut (티읕)
ㅍ – p – pieup (피읖)
ㅎ – h – hieut (히읗)
5 Tense Consonants
ㄲ – kk – ssanggiyeok (쌍기역)
ㄸ – tt – ssangdigeut (쌍디귿)
ㅃ – pp – ssangbieup (쌍비읍)
ㅆ – ss – ssangsiot (쌍시옷)
ㅉ – jj – ssangjieut (쌍지읒)
6 Vowels
The names of vowels are no different than the name of the letter
itself. What changes is the way it’s written out, with the silent
initial ㅇ ieung in front. Learning a foreign language doesn’t
have to be hard. If you’re struggling with the minor details like
this,
ㅏ – a – a (아)
ㅓ – eo – eo (어)
ㅗ – o – o (오)
ㅜ – u – u (우)
ㅡ – eu – eu (으)
ㅣ – i – i (이)
4 Iotized Vowels Containing y
ㅑ – ya – ya (야)
ㅕ – yeo – yeo (여)
ㅛ – yo – yo (요)
ㅠ – yu – yu (유)
5 Iotized Diphthongs
ㅐ – ae – ae (애)
ㅒ – yae – yae (얘)
ㅔ – e – e (에)
ㅖ – ye – ye (예)
ㅢ – ui – ui (의)
6 Vowels and Diphthongs Containing w
ㅘ – wa – wa (와)
ㅙ – wae – wae (왜)
ㅚ – oe – oe (외)
ㅝ – wo – wo (워)
ㅞ – we – we (웨)
ㅟ – wi – wi (위)
Korean Alphabet Order
ㄱ ㄲ ㄴ ㄷ ㄸ ㄹ ㅁ ㅂ ㅃ ㅅ ㅆ ㅇ ㅈ ㅉ ㅊ ㅋ ㅌ ㅍ
ㅎㅏ ㅐ ㅑ ㅒ ㅓ ㅔ ㅕ ㅖ ㅗ ㅘ ㅙ ㅚ ㅛ ㅜ ㅝ ㅞ ㅟ ㅠ ㅡ ㅢ ㅣ
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•••ENGLISH ALPHABET vs. HANGUL ALPHABET•••
This is my own interpretation of decrypting English Alphabet into Hangul Alphabet.
•A - 아
•B - ㅂ
•C - ㅊ
•D - ㄷ,ㄸ
•E - 에,애
•F - ㅍ
•G - ㄱ,ㄲ,ㅋ
•H - ㅎ
•I - 이
•J -ㅈ
•K - ㄱ/ㄲ/ㅋ
•L - ㄹ
•M - ㅁ
•N - ㄴ
•Ñ - 녀, 뉴,뇨,냐,녜, 냬
•ng - ㅇ
•O - 어, 오
•P - ㅍ
•Q - 교, 규, 겨
•R - ㄹ
•S - ㅅ, ㅆ
•T - ㄷ, ㅌ, ㄸ
•U - 으, 우
•V - ㅂ, ㅃ
•W - 와, 워, 의, 왜, 외
•X - ㅅ, ㄱㅅ
•Y - 야, 여,ㅖ, 요, 유,얘
•Z - ㅈ, ㅉ

09/10/2021

Korean History Post #1: HANGUL DAY

#Koreanhistory
#KoreanhistorywithDiana

Today is the Korean holiday Hangul Day (한글날). This is my first post in my Korean history series. If you are interested, please search my name in the group search bar or use the hashtags listed above, if you wish to read more Korean history content!

🌸WHAT IS HANGUL 한글 DAY?🌸

A holiday which celebrates the creation of the Korean alphabet which is used in modern day Korea

🌸MEANING BEHIND THE NAME🌸

In South Korea, this holiday is called Hanguel Day 한글 날 because han 한 represents Korea, gul 글 represents the writing system and nal 날 means "day."

In North Korea, this holiday is called Choseongul nal 조선글 날. Choseon 조선 is the last dynasty of Korea before what is now modern day Korea, it lasted from 1392 to 1897.

🌸WHY IS NORTH KOREA REFERRED TO BY THE NAME OF AN ENDED DYNASTY?🌸

After World War 2 ended in 1945, South Korea and North Korea became 2 separate countries. South Korea chose to change its name from Choseon 조선 to 대한민국/한국 daehanmiguk/hanguk, whereas North Korea has a tendency to prefer traditional values and thus chose to still hold onto the name of the previous dynasty.

🌸WHEN WAS HANGUL 한글 INVENTED?🌸

King Sejong, known as Sejong the Great, had his scholars help him create this alphabetic writing system in the 1440s. It was initially called hunmin chongeum 훈민정음 which means "the correct sound for the instruction of the people."

🌸WHAT DID KOREA FIRST USE BEFORE HANGUL?🌸

Traditional Chinese characters like this:
"標準國語大辭典"

Korea used Chinese characters called Hanja 한자! In modern day Korea, Koreans typically only use hangul 한글 now. However, in some rare instances, one may see hanja 한자 still used on newspaper titles, packs of ramen (alongside the hangul written name), on some shop signs, etc. Koreans typically know very basic Chinese characters, but nothing more is required anymore.

🌸WHY WAS HANGUL INVENTED IF CHINESE CHARACTERS EXISTED🌸

Chinese characters were hard to learn, mainly the yangban 양반, the nobles, could use it. The common people could not. Illiteracy was high in Korea prior to the creation of hangul. However, now due to hangul, modern day Korea has one of the highest literacy rates in the world!

🌸WHEN DID HANGUL START BEING USED?🌸

Between the 19th and 20th centuries (1800s-1900s)

🌸WHY DID KOREANS DECIDE TO WAIT SO LONG TO USE HANGUL?🌸

The nobles thought that Chinese characters were traditionally valuable and elite. They did not want the common people to be literate nor did they want their elite knowledge of Chinese characters replaced with an easy writing system that was of no use to nobles who already knew how to write in Chinese characters.

🌸HANGUL IS AN EFFICIENT ALPHABET🌸

1) It uses letters, like English does, instead of idiographs, like Chinese does. Typically, alphabets are easier to learn

2) It only has 24 letters, making it even less lengthy than English, which has 26 letters

3) The letters are incredibly simplistic in design. Korean letters have very few strokes and are easy to differentiate. Many letters are just lines: ㅣ,ㅡ,ㅐ,ㅑ or simple shapes: ㅇ,ㅁ,ㄱ,ㄷ.

🌸THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE ALPHABET DESIGN🌸

4) The Korean letters were actually designed to mimic the shapes of the mouth and throat during the process of speech!

Below I will list a few specific examples based on my understanding of the shapes of the Korean letters and my understanding or phonetics (the study of speech sounds in language) which I study in my field of linguistics (the study of language).

If scientific language is boring to you, please skip the ❤s and move onto the next caption!

❤The B sound is ㅂ in Korean. In phonetics (the study of speech sound) we know that B ㅂ is articulated (the sound is formed) at the bilabial (lips). As your lips open in a popping motion to pronounce B ㅂ, your lips take on a square-like shape. This is why B ㅂ looks square-like!

❤In fact, M ㅁ and ㅍ P are also bilabial consonants (letters formed via a popping motion of the lips) which is why they also mimic the squared lip shape and look square-like!

❤ The G sound in Korean is ㄱ. The G sound is a velar sound. The velar is located at the roof of the mouth. Our tongue curls just a bit in order to make the G sound. This ㄱ letter actually represents the shape of that curl!

❤ Korean doesn't have an R or L, it has a mixed letter ㄹ. Is it an R or an L? It's both. Place of articulation is the phonetic term for wear in the mouth a sound is created. The English R does not have an easily definable place. The English L is a dental sound because our tongue is between our teeth. The Korean ㄹ sound is an alveolar because it curls against the ridge, the bump, right behind our upper front teeth. The shape is curly like this ㄹ because our tongue curls a lot when making this sound.

Just remember though, next time you ask what Korean's R and L sound is, remember that it is an entirely different sound altogether. Our mouth's positioning isn't even the same!!!

Korean History Post #1: HANGUL DAY

#Koreanhistory
#KoreanhistorywithDiana

Today is the Korean holiday Hangul Day (한글날). This is my first post in my Korean history series. If you are interested, please search my name in the group search bar or use the hashtags listed above, if you wish to read more Korean history content!

🌸WHAT IS HANGUL 한글 DAY?🌸

A holiday which celebrates the creation of the Korean alphabet which is used in modern day Korea

🌸MEANING BEHIND THE NAME🌸

In South Korea, this holiday is called Hanguel Day 한글 날 because han 한 represents Korea, gul 글 represents the writing system and nal 날 means "day."

In North Korea, this holiday is called Choseongul nal 조선글 날. Choseon 조선 is the last dynasty of Korea before what is now modern day Korea, it lasted from 1392 to 1897.

🌸WHY IS NORTH KOREA REFERRED TO BY THE NAME OF AN ENDED DYNASTY?🌸

After World War 2 ended in 1945, South Korea and North Korea became 2 separate countries. South Korea chose to change its name from Choseon 조선 to 대한민국/한국 daehanmiguk/hanguk, whereas North Korea has a tendency to prefer traditional values and thus chose to still hold onto the name of the previous dynasty.

🌸WHEN WAS HANGUL 한글 INVENTED?🌸

King Sejong, known as Sejong the Great, had his scholars help him create this alphabetic writing system in the 1440s. It was initially called hunmin chongeum 훈민정음 which means "the correct sound for the instruction of the people."

🌸WHAT DID KOREA FIRST USE BEFORE HANGUL?🌸

Traditional Chinese characters like this:
"標準國語大辭典"

Korea used Chinese characters called Hanja 한자! In modern day Korea, Koreans typically only use hangul 한글 now. However, in some rare instances, one may see hanja 한자 still used on newspaper titles, packs of ramen (alongside the hangul written name), on some shop signs, etc. Koreans typically know very basic Chinese characters, but nothing more is required anymore.

🌸WHY WAS HANGUL INVENTED IF CHINESE CHARACTERS EXISTED🌸

Chinese characters were hard to learn, mainly the yangban 양반, the nobles, could use it. The common people could not. Illiteracy was high in Korea prior to the creation of hangul. However, now due to hangul, modern day Korea has one of the highest literacy rates in the world!

🌸WHEN DID HANGUL START BEING USED?🌸

Between the 19th and 20th centuries (1800s-1900s)

🌸WHY DID KOREANS DECIDE TO WAIT SO LONG TO USE HANGUL?🌸

The nobles thought that Chinese characters were traditionally valuable and elite. They did not want the common people to be literate nor did they want their elite knowledge of Chinese characters replaced with an easy writing system that was of no use to nobles who already knew how to write in Chinese characters.

🌸HANGUL IS AN EFFICIENT ALPHABET🌸

1) It uses letters, like English does, instead of idiographs, like Chinese does. Typically, alphabets are easier to learn

2) It only has 24 letters, making it even less lengthy than English, which has 26 letters

3) The letters are incredibly simplistic in design. Korean letters have very few strokes and are easy to differentiate. Many letters are just lines: ㅣ,ㅡ,ㅐ,ㅑ or simple shapes: ㅇ,ㅁ,ㄱ,ㄷ.

🌸THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE ALPHABET DESIGN🌸

4) The Korean letters were actually designed to mimic the shapes of the mouth and throat during the process of speech!

Below I will list a few specific examples based on my understanding of the shapes of the Korean letters and my understanding or phonetics (the study of speech sounds in language) which I study in my field of linguistics (the study of language).

If scientific language is boring to you, please skip the ❤s and move onto the next caption!

❤The B sound is ㅂ in Korean. In phonetics (the study of speech sound) we know that B ㅂ is articulated (the sound is formed) at the bilabial (lips). As your lips open in a popping motion to pronounce B ㅂ, your lips take on a square-like shape. This is why B ㅂ looks square-like!

❤In fact, M ㅁ and ㅍ P are also bilabial consonants (letters formed via a popping motion of the lips) which is why they also mimic the squared lip shape and look square-like!

❤ The G sound in Korean is ㄱ. The G sound is a velar sound. The velar is located at the roof of the mouth. Our tongue curls just a bit in order to make the G sound. This ㄱ letter actually represents the shape of that curl!

❤ Korean doesn't have an R or L, it has a mixed letter ㄹ. Is it an R or an L? It's both. Place of articulation is the phonetic term for wear in the mouth a sound is created. The English R does not have an easily definable place. The English L is a dental sound because our tongue is between our teeth. The Korean ㄹ sound is an alveolar because it curls against the ridge, the bump, right behind our upper front teeth. The shape is curly like this ㄹ because our tongue curls a lot when making this sound.

Just remember though, next time you ask what Korean's R and L sound is, remember that it is an entirely different sound altogether. Our mouth's positioning isn't even the same!!!

23/09/2021

여러분~ 가족들과 즐거운 추석
잘 보내세요!! ~ ^^

Photos from Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation's post 30/08/2021

Nuclear energy Project in UAE

12/05/2021

라마단이 끝났습니다
여러분들 수고 많으셨습니다

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새해 복 많이 받으세요^^

새해 복 많이 받으세요^^

31/12/2020

이 힘든 시기가 지나가고 내년엔 모두가 좋은 일만 생기기를 바랍니다.
2021년도의 도 많이 응원해 주세요.
새해 복 많이 받으세요

02/11/2020

وقت آ گیا ہے کہ مسلمانوں کو مساجد میں کچھ تبدیلیاں کرنی چاہیں

بہت ہو چکا مساجد کے درودیوار کے رنگ و روغن پر، بیت الخلإ کے سنگ مرمر پر ، قمقموں فانوس و جھومر پر، اٸر کنڈیشن اور اٸر کولرز پر اور نفیس قالینوں پر خرچ

مگر اب وقت آ گیا ہے کہ ترجیحات بدل کر کچھ ضروری جگہوں پر بھی اپنا مال خرچ کیا کریں
مگر کیسے۔ ۔ ۔ ۔؟
چند تجاویز

1۔ مساجد کو صرف نماز پڑھنے کی ہی جگہ نہ بناٸیں بلکہ اسلامی کمیونٹی سنٹر کی طرز پر وہاں غریبوں کے کھانے کا انتظام موجود ہو

2۔ ڈپریشن میں الجھے لوگوں کی رہنمائی (counseling) ہو۔

3۔ لوگوں کے خاندانی جھگڑے سلجھانے کا انتظام ہو

4۔ مدد مانگنے والوں کی مناسب تحقیق کے بعد اجتماعی و انفرادی طور پر مدد کی جا سکے

5۔ اپنے گھروں کے فالتو سامان کو نادار افراد کیلیۓ عطیہ کرنے کی غرض سے مساجد کا ایک حصہ مخصوص ہو

6۔ آپسمیں رشتے ناتے کرنے کیلیۓ ضروری واقفیت کا موقع ملے

7۔ نکاح کا بندوبست سادگی کے ساتھ مساجد میں کیۓ جانے کو ترجیح دی جاۓ

8۔ قدرتی آفات سے ہونے والے نقصان کے ازالہ کیلیۓ اجتماعی کوششوں کا آغاز مساجد سے ہو

9۔ بڑی جامعہ مساجد سے ملحق مدارس میں دینی تعلیم کے ساتھ دنیاوی تعلیم کا بھی اہتمام ہو

10۔ ھماری مساجد میں ایک شاندار لاٸبریری ہو جہاں پر مکمل اسلامی و عصری کتب مطالعے کیلیۓ دستیاب ہوں

قوم میں باصلاحیت افراد کی کمی نہیں ان پڑھ یا کم لکھے پڑھے لوگوں کو اس کار خیر کیلیۓ استعمال کیا جا سکتا ہے

اپنے اندر عوامی فلاح و بہبود کی سوچ والے لوگ پیدا کریں

ان میں سے کوٸ بھی تجویز نٸ نہیں ہے ان تمام کاموں کی نظیر 1400 سال پہلے دور نبوی ﷺ کے مدینہ میں بھی ہوتے تھے

جیسے ہی ہم نے ان شاندار روایات کو چھوڑا ہم بربادی کی طرف بڑھتے چلے گیۓ اور چلے ہی جا رہے ہیں

خدا را

اب رک جاٸیں، سوچیں اور اپنی ترجیحات بدلیں۔
اللہ کریم ہمیں ان باتوں پر عمل کرنے کی توفیق عطاء فرماۓ تا کہ اسلامی معاشرہ اپنی اصل شکل میں قائم ہو اور ہماری آنے والی نسلیں بہترین انداز میں زندگی گذار سکیں
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