I'm surprised that outside of the two phrases I learned before I got here, I haven't picked up a single bit of Korean... I almost got a few things today, I think, but I've forgotten them.
The whole three letter system of syllables is really strange... The pronunciation of nearly all consonants changes depending on what position in the syllable it is, and the syllable system is a lot more complex in Korean than in Japanese...
i'm not sure if I'll make a dedicated effort to learn Korean thoroughly... I've put too much effort into japanese to start another language (even if I'll be living here the next year), and I haven't mastered it enough to be able to keep if and move onto a third... I know I should just learn numbers and towns and how to read hangul (which seems to be how they say the Korean language in general, and not just the writing, though it could be that I'm hearing it wrong...) and that should be enough. I actually find alphabets harder to learn than syllabaries, though... If there were a third Japanese syllabary, I could probably pick it up in a week... This honestly seems a lot harder because of the weird rules about it (though I suppose English has worse ones)
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