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For questions regarding the representation of Korean words in non-Korean scripts (e.g. English), or vice-versa.
For questions about differences between Korean dialects.
For questions seeking the appropriate form of language in a formal setting.
For questions regarding the usage and formation of place names.
identify people, places or things.
a polite phrase of welcome or recognition upon meeting someone or when beginning a letter.
Question about how to start learning Korean or what to do in the early stages of learning the language.
For questions relating to adverbs. Words that modify an adjective, verb, phrase, or sentence.
Questions related to techniques, strategies or methods for learning Korean.
For questions about colloquial use of language - informal conversational language.
For questions regarding Korean communication other than verbal.
if your question is related with any final consonant, 받침 including 쌍받침 such as ‘ㄲ’, ‘ㅆ’ and 겹받침 such as ‘ㄳ’, ‘ㄵ’, ‘ㄺ’, ‘ㄻ’, ‘ㄼ’, ‘ㄾ’, ‘ㅄ’ .
For questions regarding pronouns. Words used instead of a noun or noun phrase.
Questions about the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK), an official Korean proficiency test for non-native speakers of Korean.
used to recognize different parts of sentences (similar to English and other languages). A set of rules for spacing exist in the Korean language. This tag should be used for ques…
For questions specific to South Korean dialects.
Slangs used on the Internet