This is a set of 40 voiced notes designed to help you learn Hangul, the Korean alphabet.
Each card has the name of the letter in hangul, romaja, and the IPA pronunciation of the letter.
The characters inside the brackets are IPA pronunciations.
* indicates with fortis, which the IPA has no notation for.
Tags: Alphabet, Consonant, Diphthong, Fortis, Iotized, and Vowel
Deck created by: Steairn Blod
Voicing done by: Suzy Washam
Courtesy of zKorean.com
Sample (from 40 notes)
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Alphabet Diphthong Vowel
미음 (mieum) m
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This is a pretty decent deck but not perfect. I think the audio is GREAT but I did not like that they added the name of the character + how it sounds all in one: confusing! I believe they use the official South Korean order for Hangul—read about it on the Hangul page in Wikipedia—which adds a few extra points to the decks rating!
Helpful, good start
Perfeito! O que eu estava procurando :)
Queria fisse em português
Easy and understandable
It's great. But how can i hear the sound in this deck?
Very good deck for what it is meant for. Font didn't work out of box on Windows, but worked well on my android device.
I don't have the font by default, and nowhere does it mention which font to download. Will it work with any Korean font installed?
The guy said the images were not appearing because he doesn't have the symbols appear, only squares, because of the font, he's just not technical with the jargon.
To the guy who said "The image files are not appearing for me."
This deck has no images.
I will never, ever understand the thought proccess of some people who write negative reviews. Like, what the hell is wrong with people.
There are many vowels and consonants in Korean that just don't exist in English, so it is essential to have the sound files. Very nice deck!
The image files are not appearing for me. I redownloaded, tried the upgraded versions of Anki, and ran Tools>Check Database and Tools>Check Media. Can anyone help?
Very helpful to have audio. Nice work!
very compact and outstanding-
Solid, comprehensive deck. Very helpful!
Very useful for me
It is a minimal and yet very helpful deck. Thank you.
Thanks so much!
This deck is just what I needed!
Why romaja? It makes it confusing. IMO.
Great deck to have
Thanks very much for making this deck. I like that it has audio and IPA.
I just have started learning Korean, this deck is very useful, thank you.
I think there is a mistake though, in card for ㅍ transcription says [tʰ], but it should be [pʰ], right?
Btw, pronunciation in Korean kills me, I can't spot the difference between many vowels.
Perfect for memorizing the basics of how to read Korean.
If you just want to read, not write, you can delete "Card 2" from the model.
Has exactly what I was looking for. The audio is essential!