Click here. Look at the two charts. Familiarize yourself with it. Keep the chart for later reference.
If you memorize the charts, then you can
romanize very roughly.
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Korean 'words' are made up of two, three, or four characters combined, starting with a consonant preceeding a vowel. Words are never written with a consonant beside a consonant or vowel beside a vowel.
There are normal simple
vowels, as listed in the pop-up chart and 'y'
There are also Diphthong vowels -- a combination of two simple vowels to make one diphthong vowel.
This may seem strange to you, but if you
pay closer attention, say "oh" and "ah" a repeated
number of times.
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Now, try to romanize the words below, using the chart of course! Learn to break each word apart, according to consonants and vowels, and find them on the chart. Sometimes when words are pieced together, they stick together and it may be hard for you to define each character. But try your best. Answers are posted on page 2 (click link at the top of the page).
Before moving onto
the next step, I advise you get a pencil and paper to romanize the below.
Now, plz make sure you clearly understand everything that has been explained above before moving on, or you'll get confuse in the next step. And please do take a few minutes to try your best at romanizing the above words -- it really will help.