It took me long enough!

If you’re interested in learning how to speak Korean, learning how to read it is a good place to start. Similar to the English alphabet, there are consonants and vowels – each with their own specific sounds.

With only a few tricks being thrown in (like R and L being the same sound sometimes) and a few weeks of practice I was able to start reading basic signs around the city.

Now that I can read the symbols, now I just need to figure out what it all means.

If you’re looking to get a basic understanding, this comic strip by Ryan Estrada helped me quite a bit!

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