The Surprisingly Easy Way To Learn How To Read Korean In 15 Minutes

Even though i hate the “learn this in just 15 minutes” statements more than you do, in this case, it’s absolutely true! Korean may look strange to us, but as it turns out, they are incredibly easy to learn. And you can do by using this simple method suggest by Ryan Estrada.

Before we get to it, let’s start with a short history lesson on why Korean language is so easy. In the 15th century, King Sejong the Great, wanted to educate his people but found out that it was hard to do mainly because the Chinese language that was in use at the time, was so difficult to master. That’s why, he developed a new alphabet called hangul and that’s what is being used by Koreans today. So the goal of the language right from the beginning was to be as easy as possible.

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Photos: Ryan Estrada
Sources: A 224-Word Palindrome

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