Aight, so I figured it out. The key to getting this, and to learning really anything, is PRACTICE. If you're complaining "hey, I just learned 3 sounds, I can't read, yet!" You're right! But you know what helps? Repetition. Go through each alphabet lesson and do it multiple times until you start understanding the patterns. The Korean alphabet has so many patterns of sounds in them. Look for those, and soon you'll be able to read words. Have patience. You can do it!
I assume that, once one masters Hangul, it becomes straightforward to transliterate and predict the Korean pronunciation of a novel loan word, right?
All I learned in this practice is Baskin-Robbins. I didn't even get it wrong. It pops up like fifty times.