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6. Hangul Basic Consonants 3:ㅁ,ㅂ,ㅍ

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avatar KoreanClass101

Hey Chuck and Xavier,

Thank you for yourcvomments to all!

Chuck - yo is definitely a polite form and regular form is -다.

Xavier - is it only for this video? Or has this happened before? We are really sorry to hear this and if you could kindy let out IT team know by, it would be absolutely great!

Thank you


avatar xavier

how do you play the video because it is not working and I can’t find it.

avatar Chuck

Is the “yo” at the end of “apayo” the polite ending, or is it part of the word itself?


Hi ruby leung,

Thank you so much for your comment and feedback!
We are glad to hear that you are learning Korean here with us :sunglasses:
Let us know if you have any question.


avatar ruby leung

Hi! I am from Hong Kong and I have really learnt a lot from the 6 lessons I have watched so far! The way she teaches the vowels and consonants are really fun and interesting as well as easy to learn! I’m looking forward to watching other videos! Thanks so much!I’m really glad that the videos are available on tablets as well as mobile phones!


Hi Sahel

Can you send us and e-mail to with your username? We will then investigate the case as soon as possible.


avatar sahel

i cant see the videos or pdfs or study tools and so many other things..its like my account stops working.what should i do???

avatar Andrea

ㅁ ㅂ ㅍ 마 바 파


Hi Jacob,

You have a good point as we do divide the consonants and vowels by getting aspirated, fortified or not.

However, there sometimes exists the cases when you feel more aspirated than as it was supposed to be.

That may depend upon what kinds of vowels or consonants come before or after!

I would say the best way to find such difference is by practicing and try to pronounce it to yourself and the more your mouth, hands, and eyes get used to it, you will naturally pick up without doubt!;)

Thank you


avatar Jacob

I did not hear a difference in the last 2 consonants they both sounded like “pa’ and “pya”. Can you please reply with the difference in sound, also when they are being said with the vowels I didnt hear any difference either, cause it sounded like you just used a p sound in both of them.

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