Happy new years!!!!
sadly, I get one year old more..
do you know Korean age?
Korean age is different with International age
the new year coming, all of Korean get one year more. haha
and when a baby is born, the baby is one year old in Korea.
because we count when the baby was in mother's stomach also.
Ok i will tell you easily
the baby is born in first of January 2014
and another baby is born in 31th of December 2014
In Korea, their age is same and even though they are 2 years old in 2015.
for example, I was born in 28th, March, 1992
My international age is 22, but my Korean age is 24 now
haha do you make a sense?
If you don't know, please ask me as reply
anyway today I'm gonna tell you about Korean alphabet A.K.A "Hangul"
if you search like "Most scientific alphabet" in Google, you can see the "Hangul" and you can learn more precisely.
so If you see my post carefully, maybe you can read Hangul within 1 hour.
even though you dont know the meaning, you can find restaurant and ways easily in Korea.
first Hangul's consonant
ㄱ(g) ㄴ(n) ㄷ(d) ㄹ(l,r) ㅁ(m) ㅂ(b) ㅅ(s) ㅇ(ng)* ㅈ(j,z)ㅊ(ch)ㅋ(k)ㅍ(p)ㅌ(t)ㅎ(h)
and there are strong sounds
so we right double
Hangul's basic vowel
ㅏ(a) ㅑ(ya) ㅓ(eo) ㅕ(yeo) ㅗ(o) ㅛ(yo) ㅜ(u,oo) ㅠ(yu) ㅡ(eu) ㅣ(i,ee)
ㅗ(o)+ l(i,ee)= ㅚ(oe)
ㅜ(u,oo)+ ㅓ(a)= ㅝ(wo)
ㅜ(u,oo)+ ㅔ(e)= ㅞ(we)
ㅜ(u,oo)+ l(i,ee)= ㅟ(wi)
ㅡ(eu)+ l(i,ee)= ㅢ(ui)
but there is no like "ㅗ+ㅓ", "ㅜ+ㅏ"
do you know why??
haha our ancestors thought all of things have Yin and Yang(negative and positive)
so Hangul has also Yin and Yang
ㅗ,ㅏ,ㅐ,ㅛ,ㅑ are Yang vowel(positive)
ㅜ,ㅓ,ㅔ,ㅠ,ㅕ are yin vowel(negative)
ㅡ,ㅣ are neutral vowel
they can combine only their group or neutral
oh hard to explain, I will show the picture haha