Nor is there a "th" sound, and there are several sounds that we don't generally use in English. Even the "ㅂ" is not pronounced exactly like our "B" and the same goes for ㄱ, ㄷ, ㄹ, ㅈ, and, of course, he double consonants. A shortcoming of using romanization for learning Korean is that it impedes the learning of native pronunciation, as we are programmed to put our own ingrained sounds on the letters we have used for so long.
Can someone please explain to me how, in these supposed Alphabet lessons, we are to figure out that the 커 and 피 characters (letters?), neither of which has been previously introduced, together form the word "coffee"? I feel like I missed something basic here. Alphabet 1 and Alphabet 2 seemed to teach us individual letters, but here in Alphabet 3 I don't know what we're getting.
Here he wants to show ypu the pronouncation of the letters (sorry for the spelling) and also how you can turn foreign names and so on to korean letters so for example you be able to know how your name or any other name is written in hangul Hope it was useful And btw don't even think of learning basics from an applcation you either go learn from a website or youtube and them comeback to here And yeah thats it