Learn to Read Korean in 5 Minutes (seriously)

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TheGenicus : me: *reads title* nahh I don't wanna know that *sees bananas in the thumbnail* *clicks on the video* Edit: ok y'all can stop commenting same 😂

I N V A L I D 👽 : here's an idea. write your cheating sheet in korean BoOm no. just kidding

Tamer Musleh : Will smith after seeing this video: ㅑ its rewind time

audrey. : now i accidently learnt how to read korean

AlexCOD : First day in 2019 Learned the Korean alphabet

Real-life lies : I don't need it I don't need it I definitely don't need it I don't need it I don't need it I don't need it I NEED IT!

Anna Maria : This will help you read it... but not understand it

Yoongi INfIREs me : aCTUALLY sir its *learn to read Korean in '5minutes AND 1 SECOND' thank you very much

Mr.Banana : I saw my family.

Tobi Cipher : When you get click baited into thinking it was a joke.

Namjoonie Oppa : I put off watching this video for so long, now I'm glad I finally watched it. wait for me Namjoon, in coming to ya city (get it?) 😂

Bangtan Sasswars : THIS IS ACTUALLY HELPFUL NOW I CAN READ KOREAN HANGUL BUT I DONT KNOW THE MEANING

can we get 69 subscribers with no video : I need this Because I turned my Phone Korean

Cyphrum ᕙ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ᕗ : As someone who was inspired to learn Korean by videos like this among other things, let me warn you that this guy is hilariously misleading. What he essentially just presented are the very very very basic pronunciation rules which only serve to give you an absolute beginner-understanding of Korean. There are a decent amount of specific pronunciation rules you have to follow to correctly speak Korean. If you actually spoke and read Korean solely based on the information given here, you'd at least slightly mispronounce almost every word, and BADLY mispronounce at least 40%. No Korean on earth would understand any sentence you're saying. I'm not saying this to discourage you; after all, 한글 ( the Korean alphabet) follows an extremely logical system, and once you know all the rules, you can correctly say everything. However, the language is far more complex than erroneously claimed here, so if you actually want to learn it, you better start learning. A lot.

inferno : bewarned koreaboos ahead

SYRO xTeaz : OMG! at first i tought this was meme but now i learned korean!

hetaliacountrieshere : Am i the only one who wants to learn korean to learn about the culture and i already know japanese and spanish and english??? No?......okay

Baeyukii : RapMon learned to speak English!! then it's possible for u ARMY to learn Korean if u truly wish to learn (^ - ^) <3

LuminaryRoll : I'm too stupid to understand any language except english and spanish

Zechen Cai : Their new writing system is much easier than the Chinese one...

emma \\ : Strong power thank you!

Dari Ganoum : Who is here just for K-pop ?

doggone28 : you forgot the double consonants like ㄲ, ㄸ, ㅉ, ㅃ, ㅆ, as well as the two double vowels ㅒ and ㅖ. But oh well, good job.

ungyum : You can think of dead & dad for ㅔ&ㅐ

Litorax : Attend un peu d’abord faut que je trouve la vidéo « Comprendre l’anglais en 5 minutes »

Loxi : THIS WORKS LIKE MAGIC i should've watched this when i was in korea

Bi11y : Gave up within a minute.

hxpehobi : Finally, i can talk with my babies

Shreerang Vaidya : This should get 10B views

Chim chim Lover : Congrats K POP FANS 💞💞💞

Ayman : I clicked thinking it's a meme, now I accidentally know Korean

Hadwin Ying : This is incorrect even in the first phase, it is panana not banana if ㅂ is place in the first place it is read p

Rainie랑 태형 : This isn’t really accurate. But I guess this is more or so for lazy people.

Stiicki : The Duolingo Owl cant comprehend this

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idonotmakevidsyet : The hard part is knowing wtf you are reading

MCK7810 : Who else came here to understand BTS ?

antisty : Ok so I can read but I don’t understand

Spencer Lu : I think I did something wrong, I learned how to speak Latin.

Hi Lol : I know how to read Korean just not what the words mean😂

Wayne Wu : holy shit i can really read it now but just donno what it means LOL

Emįlīe : I just learned Korean in the toilet. I'm so proud 🙂.

Ayrton Coetzee : Spend ten racks on a new tree (ee) Knew I shoulda donit after (ahh) Thought it was before (ao) I was by the brook (uh) She was not over (oh) Thought that we went under (ooh) Korean rap

dojinlol : Ahora necesito un video de como entender ingles en 5 minutos para entender esto :'v

Fizizy : im sure if my brain worked this would be very helpful

danielnotdaylewis : This is 50% clickbait. I’m sorry to all those who got excited but listen up: You’re not learning to read korean you’re learning how to phonetically speak their alphabet. The words that borrow from the English language (lots of words in fact...like Banana and such don’t comprise the language itself. It’s English adaptations within their own language, similarly how English speakers use the word grande, loco...for Spanish and we know what they mean.) Also these pronunciations are not precisely correct. The differentiation of regular, strong, and double consonants makes a HUGE difference on the meaning of words. He didn’t even touch how to precisely pronounce ㄲ, ㅆ, ㄸ, ㅉ, ㅃ An example is ㄷ not necessarily a D sound. In the IPA (the International Phonetic Alphabet) the sound is not marked like the English D. It is more like...in between a D and T sound. Not as hard as a T and not as soft as a D. This was a very “skim the surface” video. Please don’t take the title all that seriously. I have yet to decide if I’m going to continue learning actual Korean because of the extreme difficulty of differentiating their consonant sounds form English consonant sounds. It’s hard. And it makes a difference. 가, 카, and 까 are all from the “g or k” sound but they sound and mean completely different words.

It’s Ourtube now : Well this is very helpful because its mandatory in our country to learn english Korean(hanggul) and filipino(tagalog)

Just a dude who likes Dbz : This helped so many K-Pop listeners

Blyzel : Now learn Chinese... :) :) :)

Nicolas K : I played this at double speed. Take that, Korea.