Para aprender koreano tienes que saber ingles y mi idioma es español que injusto ya que aprender ingles es aburrido
Can some break the hundai part down for me please? I'm having trouble understanding it.
Idk if it's helpful for you but I'll try.
ㅎ is for H
여 when romanized is written as yeo
An example of how to perceive 어 I came across was to think of it as u in up.
You need to apply the same for 여. Yu in yup. But it isn't pronounced exactly like that. Think of it as a soft yaw
So Hyu that is pronounced like Hyeo or hyaw will be written as 혀 and hyu that is pronouned exactly like hyu will be 휴.
Hope that clears it up.
ㄴ having no vowel along with it is just 'unn' like sound. Just like the n in Hyundai
대 is d+ae so dae. Like day without the y.
So it's 혀 (Hyeo) + ㄴ (n) + 대 (dae)
Thank you! My problem was I didn't know ㅎ was an actual letter. I thought it was 'ong'.