Korean Lesson 3: The 5 Double Consonants


Professor Oh teaches double consonants in the Korean alphabet. We pair them up with the AH vowel and learn how to pronounce them.

Consonant twinsies! Good news: there are only five double consonants to memorize.

double consonants

Some of the characters shown above are actually words.

BAH BBAH means "busy."

BAH BBAH means "busy."

SSAH means "cheap."

SSAH means "cheap."

JJAH means "salty." It can also mean "stingy."

JJAH means "salty." It can also mean "stingy."

To download the following worksheet, right click on your mouse. Then press "Save Image as..." and save to your intended location. Have fun practicing your Korean skills!

lesson 3 worksheet


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