Translation:Twelve thousand three hundred ten
만 means ten thousand so there is only one ten thousand in this. The 이 is modifying the 천. So in Kevin's post you see that 10,000 is alone first (만) Then add 2 (이) time 1,000 (천).
If it said 이만 then it would be twenty thousand. There would be two ten thousands.
Using won in Korea helped me because there is a 만 원 bill. If you printed out some fake korean bills and pretended to buy things or tell someone how much something is it might help.
Yep! 만 Is 10,000. Fun tidbit - Koreans often use the phrase "만세!" ("10,000 years!") As their celebratory shout (like we use "hurray!").
The 1 in the 10000 position is implied. 만 = (일)만 =10000 이천 = (이)천 =2000 산백 = (산)백 =300 십 = (일)십 =10
Just got to get used to counting in myriads. I used to be a myriadaire. (I had one for a year but still.)
만이 = 12.000 and 이만 = 20.000