Why is "너의" pronounced "deo-e"? I hear a very strong and clear "d" sound, stronger than an English 'd' in the following video (1:53, but it's already embedded in the link): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHqiUUacIXQ&t=113s
She appears to be a native Korean speaker. I'm sorry that it could be I'm just hearing things, but I swear that's what I hear -- I'm a native English speaker. It's confusing. Is it the way that "ㄴ" is pronounced much different than the way an English "n" is pronounced, such as tongue position, etc.?
I heard 너의 pronunciation on other websites including Google Translate and Forvo, and I hear a very clear "n" sound. Maybe it could be her microphone, her dialect, or my ears.