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Lesson 1. Principle of Hangul 1. Hello, everyone! I’m teacher Rennie.
I live in Boston and have been teaching Korean for over 10 years. 2. I will teach you Korean from now on. Kim Nam-joon, Kim Suk-jin, Min Yoon-ki, Jung Ho-suk and Park Ji-min
Kim Tae-hyung and Jeon Jung-kook BTS! 3. Do you hear these slogans a lot?
4. Can you read or write this slogan? 5. Is it the case that you don’t know Hangul yet?
6. You want to learn Korean, but you don’t know where to begin? You’re dead, aren’t you? 7. Welcome home. 8. I’ll teach you from the beginning at ALLK4BTS. 9.All lectures will be subtitled in Korean and English. I
10.I will continue to teach in Korean. 11. It may be hard to hear at first, but if we keep studying together, you will feel more Korean. 12. Today, we will briefly find out when and how Hangul was made. 13. There are many alphabets in the world, but not many of them can tell who made it, when, and how it was made it. 14. This is because letters have often been modified and developed over a long period of time. 15. However, the Korean alphabet, or Korean, was created by King Sejong in 1443 with scholars at Jiphyeonjeon. 16. The reason why he made it was because Koreans didn’t have an alphabet at the time, so Koreans wrote in Chinese characters. It was so difficult that only those in a high rank could learn it.
17. Because King Sejong loved the Korean people, he created Han-gul, which was easy to understand. 18. When he first made it, he called it ‘Hunminjeongeum’. 19. That means the right thing to say to the people.
20. If you look at the principle of making Hangul, 21. The collection of vowels resemble the shape of heaven, earth, and man. 22.round sky flat ground
standing person 23. These three shapes are combined to form a vowel. 24. The consonant came from the shape of a person’s oral structure. It’s here. 25. I drew one or several strokes more into the shape of the basic consonants and found other consonants. 26. If you look at the structure of letters.
27. Vowels alone can make one letter. 28. Ah, uh, oh, u, I, wa, wo, wi 29. In this case, ‘ᄋ’ is not phonetic, and has no meaning on its own 30. Consonants and vowels are combined into one letter. consonant vowel consonant vowel consonant vowel
31. Ga, neo, do, mu, bi, cha, ko, phyo, hae. 32. Consonants, vowels, and consonants combine to form a single character. consonant vowel
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33. San, mul, bang, tan, neon, dan 34. Hangul is a valuable cultural heritage of Korea. It is also UNESCO Memory of the World, National Treasure No. 70. 35. At UNESCO, ‘King Sejong Literacy Prize’ is given to those who contributed to eliminating illiteracy. 36. How about it?
37. Knowing that Korean was created with such good intentions, does it make you want to learn more? 38. Then we’ll learn basic vowels next time. 39. Subscribe and click the notification bell to make sure you don’t miss a video 40. See you next time. Bye~