Exploring Asia is probably going to involve learning a new alphabet and Korean is no exception. The Korean alphabet was designed by one of its kings to help improve his population's literacy. It's not that similar to other languages, except for a slight simlarity to Japanese in the grammar system, but uTalk will get you learning the alphabet and making friends in no time!§Learn Korean with uTalk
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The Korean for 'go on!' - 화이팅! - is pronounced paiting and comes from the English 'fighting'.
Telling the time in Korean requires two different number systems - the Korean system is used for the hours and the Chinese system for the minutes.
'Seoul' literally translates as 'capital'.
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