Yep, but it can also be 드래곤[스] (deu-rae-gon-[seu]). It's the Koreanization of the word "dragon[s]". You can't directly spell "dragon[s]" in Korean so it's like that. Pronounce it, it sounds close to "dragon[s]".
they do "즈" to be closer the soft s which sounds like a z... but it totally just sounds like j
But in Baskin Robbins the s sounds [z] and is transliterated as 즈, so there is an inconsistency.
Thanks Duo, I know this word is going to be very useful when I start to speak to natives!
Can someone please help me, what does this word Dragons mean? Thank you
For Jeonnam Dragons.
(I'm happy I'm learning about language and other things related to Korea.)
It looks like this set of lessons (called "Loan Words") are transliterated American words.
I recommend that first you guys learn the alphabet and the rules would be more easy
Now that im used to the pronunciation i dont even have to touch the word to find out the word.
Does this mean "western dragons". Korean should have a word for their dragon too, right? Chinese dragon, naga, or something like that.
In this context its a football club in Korea but they also have 용 which means dragon
So 즈 sounds to me sometimes like a j and sometimes like a z. Or maybe even the s in "vision." Should I be just thinking of always putting my tongue in the same place for it rather than focusing on anything else?