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14 Basic Consonants in korean

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ㄱ(g-iyeok) ㄱ (g-iyeok)

Pronounced like “g” as in “good”.

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PPPPPronounced like “n” as in “nice”.

ㄷ (di-geut)

Pronounced like “d” as in “dog”.

ㄷ (di-geut)

Pronounced like “d” as in “dog”.

ㄹ (ri-eul)

Pronounced like “r” or “l” depending on the position in a word.

ㅁ (mi-eum)

Pronounced like “m” as in “moon”.

ㅂ (bi-eup)

Pronounced like “b” as in “boy”.

ㅅ (si-ot)

Pronounced like “s” as in “sun”.

ㅇ (ie-ung)

It is a unique consonant that can be silent when it appears at the beginning of a syllable, but it can also be pronounced as “ng” as in “sing” when it appears at the end of a syllable.

ㅈ (ji-eut)

Pronounced like “j” as in “jump”.

ㅊ (chi-eut)

Pronounced like “ch” as in “chair”.

ㅋ (ki-euk)

Pronounced like “k” as in “kite”.

ㅌ (ti-eut)

Pronounced like “t” as in “top”.

ㅍ (pi-eup)

Pronounced like “p” as in “pen”.

ㅎ (hi-eut)

Pronounced like “h” as in “help”.

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