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yourself.

I'm me.
. Pretty much an extremist.
It's 2010, so..18 years old. I secretly suspect that I have Korean blood. :) I just take life as it comes, improvising along the way. Oh yeah I like the colour yellow. Its bright. :D

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wishlist

I want.

World yellowsisation.
Say YELLOW!


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Yellow time!

Shake your bom bom!


MusicPlaylist
Music Playlist at MixPod.com

Non-yellow lovers.

Shingie the Pink SueZen Ming Sarah the Red Ngui the Green Yong Ying LuYin Wei Tung JooYi the sampat Yin the lame Pui Yi May Farm the moooo Derrick the blue


credits

Designer: yyanniies
Basecode: PAPERLOVE
Programme: Paint
Images: Self-drawn by Yyanniies
Bg: curving in Ps
Korean.Hangul.
♥ Tuesday, December 9, 2008 10:47 PM


안녕하세요.

Annyeong-haseyo.
Hello.

I've been learning Korean these few weeks. Just for fun la. Watching Korean drama series & tv shows does have its effect on you. Korean seems like a fun language. :)

Its hard learning it by yourself though. Cos apparently, English is a SVO language, which is Subject-Verb-Object. While Korean is a SOV language, which is Subject-Object-Verb. For example, in English, it is :

-Caryi loves yellow.

But in Korean, it is:

-Caryi yellow loves.

Its pretty confusing. :/ But its fun. :)

In Korean, there are 10 vowels & 14 consonants. You can read a word by looking at the vowels & consonants. You can read a word by looking at the vowels & consonants in the word.

Vowels:
ㅏ[a]
ㅗ[o]
ㅡ[eu]
ㅑ[ya]
ㅛ[yo]
ㅣ[i]
ㅓ[eo]
ㅜ[u]
ㅕ[yeo]
ㅠ[yu]

아이 This is read as [ai]. According to the vowels.


Consonants:
ㄱ[giyeok] ㄴ[nieun] ㄷ[digeut] ㄹ[rieul]
ㅁ[mieum] ㅂ[bieup] ㅅ[siot] ㅇ[ieung]
ㅈ[jieut] ㅊ[chieut] ㅋ[kieuk] ㅌ[tieut]
ㅍ[pieup] ㅎ[hieut]

so, 여기 is read as [yeogi].

There are also double consonants & final consonants & so on.

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Just a few phrases for fun. :)

네. or (예.)
[Ne. or (ye.)]
Yes.

아니오.
[Anio.]
No.

고맙습니다. or (감사합니다.)
[Gomapseumnida. (Gamsahamnida.)]
Thank you.

미안합니다. or (죄송합니다.)
[Mianhamnida. (chesong-hamnida.)]
Sorry.

괜찮아요
[Kwen-chah-nah-yo.]
Its all right.


I'm bored. Byee!