Have you ever noticed how all the restaurants named “The Chart House” are ridiculously expensive? Just wondering. That has, of course, nothing to do with this page, which is a compendium of all the charts showing the Korean letters.
|g / k||k||kk|
|d / t||t||tt|
|p / b||p||pp|
|r / l|
*This consonant has no sound at the beginning of a syllable, and sounds like “ng” at the end of a syllable.
You may click a vowel to hear it pronounced.
Vowels with “y-” counterparts.
Vowels with no “y-” counterpart.