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How does 15th Century Hangul writing/type differ from modern Hangul?

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Correct pronunciation when a syllable ends with two consonants

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What is the difference between adjectives and verbs?

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Why is this download progress bar worded in the past tense?

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Why is 'ㅂ' in '박물관' pronounced as /p/ instead of /b/?

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Pronunciation of ㅚ

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Why do product labels often have emphasized 한자?

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How do you count Korean age

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Is there a special name in Korean for adverbs like '반짝반짝', '흔들흔들', '빙글빙글'?

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Are all words from Chinese characters (한자어) nouns?

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Is there any rule for the pronunciation of 닫히다 as tachida not tathida?

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Intonations in Korean

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Etymology of '띄어쓰기 (word spacing)'

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Korean sentence ending that implies "Be careful! <X> might happen"?

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Importance of learning Hanja (한자) for Korean learners

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How helpful is knowing Russian vocabulary for knowing vocabulary which only occurs in North Korean?

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불안(不安) 부(不), 안(安) why is this liul inserted?

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two subjects in 당신은 이름이 뭐예요?

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What does 자차 mean in terms of driving?

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Is ㅎ ‘labial’, glottal or both?

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In the expression '탈코르셋', what is the meaning of '탈'?

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What is the difference between 목표 and 목적?

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Why is 꽃잎 pronounced as 꼰잎?

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When to use single (ㅅ) or double (ㅆ) consonants?

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Difference between 대해서 and 대한?

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How many verb/adjective endings are there?

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how I can say I am dizzy in korean : 자꾸 어지러워?

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How many different "blocks" can be formed from the letters of the korean alphabet?

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How do you write “conquer” in Korean?

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비빔밥 - Examples of 비비다 outside of "Bi-bim-bap"