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1. Hangul Basic Vowels 1 (ㅏ, ㅣ, ㅇ)

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Hi shola!

Thank you for posting!
Thank you for joining us! I hope you will have a nice experience learning Korean with us :innocent:

If you have any questions, please let us know!
Engla
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avatar shola

its nice joining this class

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Hi Helena,

Thank you for posting!
We just verified that the audio is working properly.
Please, try again, using a different browser (make sure it is the latest version). If it doesn’t work send us an email to: contactus@KoreanClass101.com
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avatar Helena

I have no sound..What’s the problem? :disappointed:

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@ Gary - We have checked the video but could not find any issue. Could you try to log out, clean the cache and cookies and to log in again? If it doesn’t work, please let us know.

@ Yon - Yes, there are 24 letters in the Korean alphabet. :)

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Claire
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avatar Yon

Now I know Korea has 24 words that’s what I learn

avatar Gary

I can’t watch the video :disappointed: :disappointed: :disappointed:

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Hi Fazan,

Sounds like you’ve found a lesson format you like. :thumbsup:
Keep it up!

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Claire
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avatar Fazan

Oh man, I’ve been going from one place to the next for a lesson format I like. I think I might stick around here. :thumbsup:

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@ darrel - Yes, it is South Korean. North Korea and South Korea speak Korean and use Hangul. But there are some differences such as accent. North and South Koreans can talk to each other without any problems.

@ Jeena - Can you copy and paste? And the writing questions are to type the Korean words in the English equivalent. Hope this helps.

@ James Punay - We have checked and couldn’t find any issue with the video. Could you try to log out, clean the cache and cookies and log in again?

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Claire
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