"Apple and pencil"
They're the same (but it's 하고). You can also use 랑. 와/과 are usually seen in writing, and unlike the others can also be "with." 랑 and 하고 are used in speaking.
Thanks! good explanation, I am new in Korean learning! I only learned the hangul aphabet 2 years ago when I worked for LG Electronics so I am familiar with listening from real Koreans! Thank you for your support again!
Hi, excuse me but, I learned basics of Korean from a book, and it says that 하고, 랑/이랑 and 와/과 can all mean "and" and "with".