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1. Hangul Basic Vowels 1 (ㅏ, ㅣ, ㅇ)

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Posting in Korean? Leave a translation. It's good practice and helps others.


Let’s practice writing Hangul on your computer too : )

Change your keyboard setting in Korean, and hit the English keys written next to the Korean characters. (Don’t press shift key when you type)

ㅏ (type K)

ㅣ (type L)

ㅇ (type D)

아이 (press DKDL)


Hi Alejandra,

Thank you for posting. Both 이/치아 mean ‘teeth’ and are used when you discuss ‘teeth’.
Please let us know if you have any other inquiries.


avatar Alejandra Muñoz Cravioto


First of all, I’m really enjoying these lessons. I’ve been looking for a promising third language and Korean seems to be it!

I want to talk a little about 이

The video says 이 means “teeth” but I’ve searched for translations for “teeth” and I come with a different result:

Now, this is probably because I used a Spanish to Korean translator instead of an English to Korean one but I’m wondering, is 치아 the same as 이 ?

Thank you.


Hi Jannelle,

Welcome to the website, we are glad to have you here!
To answer your question, ‘hana hana’ is written in Korean as ‘하나 하나’. Hana Hana Hangul would be ‘하나 하나 한글’.


avatar Janelle

Hi there! I am just starting to learn Korean and am very excited to see where this takes me! I would like to know please, how would you write “hana hana” in Korean? Thank you!


Hello Rurounichan,

Thank you for commenting. The name ‘Flora’ would be written in Korean as ‘플로라’.

Hi Daria,

Thank you for the positive feedback. There is a separate placement for Korean characters in a Korean keyboard, so you will have to remember them. You could print out the Korean keyboard and try to remember which vowel and consonant goes where. :smile:


avatar Daria

Thank you very much for this course.
It looks like a very nice way to learn hangul.
After just one lesson I can write two words: 아이 (child) and 이 (teeth).
I’m just curious - why it’s so different on computer - instead of “a” you have to type “k” for ㅏ?
Is there any particular reason?

avatar Rurounichan

Hi there, I’m an absolutely beginner. Can you help me figure out how to write “Flora” in Korean ?
Thank you so much !


Hi Shalaylah,

Thank you for posting. We do update new lessons periodically, you can click the ‘Lesson’ tab to see the newest lessons (which are available for free for up to two weeks), so you could make use of those.
But to be able to master Korean, it would be better if you had access to all the lessons available on our website (which requires an upgrade in your account).
Sorry we could not be of more help.


avatar Shalaylah

Ah, Korean is fairly difficult since I stopped studying after a few weeks. I’ve memorized simple words like “Hello” (informally and formally), “Excuse me” (formally and informally, and also “,but..” at the ends), Sorry (’formally’ and ‘informally’ as such like accidents), etc,.

But I really want to learn quicker but I really wouldn’t want to pay, is there any other way for that to be possible?


Hi Karen,

Thank you for the positive feedback, it means a lot to us. :smile:
To answer your question, the name ‘Karen’ is written in Korean as ‘캐런’.