Korean Lesson 2: Write the Alphabet


Learn how to write the Korean alphabet with Professor Oh:

As explained in the video, there are some fun ways to remember the Korean alphabet. Take the B consonant for example. It looks like a bunny:

Bah.jpg
bah bunny.jpg

The H consonant looks like a person wearing a hat.

ha
haha

The vowels AH, UH, OH and OOH are rotations of the same shape (in red).

The vowels AH, UH, OH and OOH are rotations of the same shape (in red).

The vowels YA, YUH, YO and YOU (in blue) are rotations of the same shared shape as well.

The vowels YA, YUH, YO and YOU (in blue) are rotations of the same shared shape as well.

The last two vowels EU and E (in yellow) are also rotations of the same shape. Look closely and you'll notice that there are only three main shapes in creating Korean vowels!

The last two vowels EU and E (in yellow) are also rotations of the same shape. Look closely and you'll notice that there are only three main shapes in creating Korean vowels!


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

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