The Korean Alphabet | A Complete and Definitive Guide to Hangul 한글

The Korean Alphabet (Hangul 한글) ☀️ A Complete Beginner’s Guide

Today we are going to provide you with a definitive guide to the Korean Alphabet, known as Hangul 한글 .

Chances are, you are here because you are interested in Korean and Korean culture? Maybe you have just binge-watched your favourite K-Drama, or you have just finished eating your take-out Bibimbap.

Maybe you just want to learn a new language for fun… but whatever your motive, the Korean Alphabet is an essential starting point for learning Korean.

So on that note, let’s start, shall we!

Korean Alphabet | The History

Korean Alphabet | Hangul Today

Korean Alphabet | Pronunciation

Korean Alphabet | Consonants

Korean Alphabet | Vowels

Korean Alphabet | Double Consonants

Korean Alphabet | Complex Vowels

Korean Alphabet | Complex Consonants

Korean Alphabet | Batchim “받침”

Korean Alphabet | Summary of the Alphabet



Korean Alphabet | FAQs

Korean Alphabet (Hangul) - Vowels
The Korean Alphabet – The Vowels (which we are going to learn together below)

To be able to master the Korean language, you have to learn the alphabet called Hangul

Don’t worry, it might look intimidating at first, but you’re in luck.

According to King Sejong The Great, who was the inventor of Hangul…

“A wise man [could] acquaint himself with them before the morning [was] over; a stupid man [could] learn them in the space of ten days.”

Maybe King Sejong was a bit harsh, it did take me a little bit more than that to be totally familiar with the Korean alphabet, but we get his drift!

It might take a little work at the beginning but once you are familiar with Hangul it will be so much easier for you to continue working on your Korean skills.

Perhaps in this instance, it’s better to disappoint King Sejong and take more than ten days to learn Hangul, than start learning Korean on a shaky basis.

Take your time, relax, make a game out of it and we will be there to guide you through the process.

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Korean Alphabet | A Quick History Lesson

Before the invention of Hangul, Koreans mostly used Classical Chinese but that was mostly for higher-class Koreans.

Indeed, the difference between the Chinese characters (Hanja) and the pronunciation of Korean words were too different and it was difficult for many to be literate.

During the Joseon dynasty in 1443, King Sejong designed an alphabet that could be easily read and written by people from all classes.

The goal was to invent an alphabet that was closer to the Korean pronunciation and would mimic the movements the mouth makes when you talk the language.

In the beginning, this alphabet had to face the adversity of scholars (called yangbans). However, it became more and more widely used by women and lower-class Koreans.

Whilst Hangul was still mocked by some intellectuals until the 20th century, now Hanja letters are rarely in use anymore at all, with only a few exceptions (when writing letters for weddings or for New Year’s wishes for example).

Hangul has taken its revenge and is the one that remains in daily use.

Korean Alphabet | Hangul Today

In historical K-dramas, you might see Korean texts written and read top to bottom, right to left just like in Ancient China.

You can also find it today written that way for aesthetic purposes (in poetry for example).

However, these days it is written from left to right and uses western punctuation.

Hangul used to be composed of 28 basic letters, but over the passage of time 4 letters were lost.

Therefore, today only 24 of these remain in Hangul, the Korean Alphabet. 14 consonant letters and 10 vowels.

However, there is more.

After the basic letters of Hangul, you will find two different sets of complex consonants (5 double consonants and 11 complex consonants) and one set of 11 complex vowels, making a total of 27 complex letters.

So just to summarise:

  • Hangul includes 24 basic letters
    • 14 consonant letters
    • 10 vowel letters
  • Additionally, there are 27 complex letters formed by combining the basic letters from the above
    • 5 tense consonant letters
    • 11 complex consonant letters
    • 11 complex vowel letters

Korean Alphabet | Pronunciation

If you are quite new to the Korean Alphabet and maybe not familiar with the transcription of phonetics, it might be difficult to get a grasp on the pronunciation at first.

And that’s OK by the way, the sounds are likely nothing like ones that you know.

That’s why in this article we will break down each letter with the phonetics but also with examples of words in English containing that sound, so that it will be easier for you to learn it. 

Korean Consonants | All 14 Of Them

OK, let’s learn the Korean Alphabet together!

Korean Consonant #1 is ㄱ 

ㄱ “giyeok” g/k [k/] makes the same sound as the g in good. 가방 is pronounced kabang which means bag.

Korean Consonant #2 is ㄴ 

ㄴ “nien” n [n] makes the same sound as the n in nose. 노래 is pronounced norae which means song.

Korean Consonant #3 is ㄷ 

ㄷ “diget” d/t [t/d] makes the same sound as the d in day. 대한민국 is pronounced dae han min guk which means South Korea.

Korean Consonant #4 is ㄹ

ㄹ “riel” l/r [l/r] makes the same sound as the l in lamp. 라면 is pronounced ra myeon which means ramen.

Korean Consonant #5 is ㅁ

ㅁ “miem” m [m] makes the same sound as the m in moon. 엄마 is pronounced eomma which means mum.

Korean Alphabet (Hangul) - Consonants

Korean Consonant #6 is ㅂ

ㅂ “biep p/b [p/b] makes the same sound as the b in banana. is pronounced bap which means rice.

Korean Consonant #7 is ㅅ 

ㅅ “shiot” s [s] makes the same sound as the s in spoon. 사과 is pronounced sa gwa which means apple.

Korean Consonant #8 is ㅇ 

ㅇ “ieng” silent/ng [ŋ] silent sound or ng sound like in yang. is pronounced bang which means room.

Korean Consonant #9 is ㅈ 

ㅈ “jiet” j [ts] makes the same sound as the j in jelly. 지도 is pronounced jido map which means map.

Korean Consonant #10 is ㅊ

ㅊ “chiet” ch [sʰ] makes the same sound as the ch in chair. 친구 is pronounced as chingu which means friend.

Korean Consonant #11 is ㅋ 

ㅋ “kiuek” k [kʰ] makes the same sound as the k in kiwi. 커피 is pronounced as kopi which means coffee.

Korean Consonant #12 is ㅌ

ㅌ “tiet” t [tʰ] makes the same sound as the t in table. 토마토 is pronounced tomato which is the same word in English, tomato! This one is easy!

Korean Consonant #13 is ㅍ 

ㅍ “piep” p [pʰ] makes the same sound as the p in panda. is pronounced pal which means arm.

Korean Consonant #14 is ㅎ 

“hiet” h [h] makes the same sound as the h in hat. 하늘 is pronounced haneul which means sky.

Korean Vowels | All 10 Of Them

OK first rule to understand with vowels in Korean.

You will never see a vowel written on its own. It is always preceded by “ㅇ” for example “아”, the “ㅇ” being silent. We only pronounce the last letter, which is the vowel.

For convenience, during this lesson, we learn without the “ㅇ”. Just be aware of it when reading the example words we give.

Korean Vowel #1 isㅏ

ㅏ a [a] makes the same sound as the a at the end of santa. is pronounced cha which means car.

Korean Vowel #2 isㅑ

ㅑ ya [ja] makes the same sound as the ya in yahoo. 약속 is pronounced yak sok which means promise.

Korean Vowel #3 isㅓ

ㅓ eo [ʌ] makes the same sound as o in song without the ng sound. 버스 is pronounced bo sseu which means bus.

Korean Vowel #4 is ㅕ

ㅕ yeo [jʌ] makes the same sound as the yo in young without the ng sound. 여자 is pronounced yo ja which means woman.

Korean Vowel #5 is ㅗ 

ㅗ o [o] makes the same sound as the o in doll. is pronounced bom which means spring.

Korean Alphabet (Hangul) - Vowels

Korean Vowel #6 is ㅛ

ㅛ yo [yo] makes the same sound as the yo in yoga. 요리사 is pronounced yo li sa which means cook/chef.

Korean Vowel #7 is ㅜ 

ㅜ u [u] makes the same sound as the u in unicorn. is pronounced mun which means door.

Korean Vowel #8 is ㅠ 

ㅠ yu [yu] makes the same sound as the you in youth. 휴가 is pronounced hyu ga which means holidays.

Korean Vowel #9 is ㅡ

ㅡ eu [ɨ] This sound does not exist in English. The best comparison of this sound is when you are confused with something… “uh?”.

아이스크림 pronounced ah e seu keu lim. This one is also quite easy as it means… ice cream! Read the Korean again, see how similar they are!

Korean Vowel #10 is ㅣ

ㅣ i [i] makes the same sound as the y in baby. 아이 is pronounced a e which means child.

Korean Double Consonants | All 5 Of Them

Korean Double Consonant #1 is ㄲ

ㄲ “ssang giyeok” kk [k*] makes the same sound as the k in ski. is pronounced kkul which means honey

Korean Double Consonant #2 is ㄸ

ㄸ “ssang diget” tt [t*] makes the same sound as the t in kitten. is pronounced ddal which means daughter.

Korean Double Consonant #3 is ㅃ 

ㅃ “ssang biep” p [p*] makes the same sound as the p in apartment. 아빠 is pronounced appa which means dad.

Korean Double Consonant #4 is ㅆ 

ㅆ “ssang shiot” ss [s*] makes the same sound as the sh in sushi. is pronounced ssuk which means mugwort (a traditional plant in Korea used in medicine and cosmetics).

Korean Double Consonant #5 is ㅉ 

ㅉ “ssang jiet” [tsʰ] is also a bit tricky because there is no equivalent in the English language.

It is a mix between the J in Jim and the Ch in China.

짜장면 pronounced jja jang myeon which means black bean noodles (a staple of Korean food).

Korean Alphabet (Hangul) - Double consonants

Korean Complex Vowels | All 11 Of Them

Korean Complex Vowel #1 is ㅐ

ㅐ ae [æ] makes the same sound as the a in rare. 개미 is pronounced kae-mi which means ant.

Korean Complex Vowel #2 is ㅒ

ㅒ yae [yæ] makes the same sound as the ya in yak. 얘기 is pronounced yae-gi which means story

Korean Complex Vowel #3 is ㅔ

ㅔ e [e] makes the same sound as the e in help. 가게 is pronounced ka-ge which means store.

Korean Complex Vowel #4 is ㅖ 

ㅖ ye [ye] makes the same sound as the ye in yet. 시계 is pronounced si-gye which means watch.

Korean Complex Vowel #5 is ㅘ  

ㅘ wa [wa] makes the same sound as the wo in wow, so a little bit closer to a wa sound.

사과 pronounced sa-gwa which means apple.

Korean Alphabet (Hangul) - Complex Vowels

Korean Complex Vowel #6 is ㅙ

ㅙ wae [wae] makes the same sound as the we in wedding. 돼지 is pronounced  dwae-ji which means pork.

Korean Complex Vowel #7 is ㅚ  

ㅚ oe [we] makes the same sound as the wha in whale. 괴물 is pronounced goe-mul which means monster.

Korean Complex Vowel #8 is ㅝ

ㅝ weo [wʌ] makes the same sound as the who in wholesome. 고마워 is pronounced go-ma-weo and is an informal way of saying thank you.

Korean Complex Vowel #9 is ㅞ 

ㅞ wae [wae] makes the same sound as the we in web. It is very similar to the sound ㅙ 

Oddly enough even native Korean speakers have difficulties telling them apart.

웨삼촌 is pronounced wae sam-tchun which means maternal uncle.

Korean Complex Vowel #10 is ㅟ

ㅟ wi [wi] makes the same sound as the pronoun we. is pronounced gwi which means ear

Korean Complex Vowel #11 is ㅢ

ㅢ ui [ɨj] makes the same sound as the wi in willow. 의사 is pronounced oe-sa which means doctor.  

Korean Complex Consonants | All 11 Of Them

Complex Consonants in Korean are a little bit tricky. Why?

Because we have two consonants combined, but we only hear one sound.

There are not many tips and tricks you need to take on board here. It’s simply a case of getting familiar with them, using them and memorising them. The more you use them, the more familiar it becomes. Don’t worry it gets easier with time.

Once you learn a few words containing complex consonants also called a cluster of consonants, you will get used to them quicker than you might imagine!

Complex ConsonantActual Sound
ㄳ (gs)g
ㄵ (nj)nj
ㄶ (nh)nh
ㄺ (lg)g
ㄻ (lm)m
ㄼ (lb)b
ㄽ (ls)s
ㄾ (lt)t
ㄿ (lp)p
ㅀ (lh)h
ㅄ (ps)p

Korean Complex Consonants | Batchim “받침”

We cannot finish this article without mentioning the dreaded Batchim.

This word sends a shiver down the spine of all Korean natives and Korean learners!

Batchim is a very difficult concept to understand when you’re not Korean. If that makes you feel better, even native Korean get them wrong quite often. 

In essence – Batchim is a consonant placed at the bottom and pronounced at the end in a Korean syllable block. It makes Korean writing system very unique.

The actual word Batchim “ 받침 ” means to support, which is effectively what it does in a grammatical sense also. It supports other letters from below.

This is something we’ll talk about more in future articles but here’s a quick example:

깊이 and 기피 are both romanized as ‘gi pi’.

When spoken they are both also the same ‘gi pi’.


  • 깊이 means deep or depth
  • 기피 means to avoid or evade

As they sound the same, and are romanized the same the Batchim allows us to differentiate the word.

Don’t worry, as we are at the early stages of learning Korean, we don’t need to worry too much about this just yet!

Korean Alphabet | Summary of the Alphabet

OK, we appreciate that was a lot to take it, but let’s take a step back… and take a deep breath!

Hangul is actually not so difficult to pick up.

Once you know it, you know it – like with the English alphabet.

Now whilst that sounds obvious, take a language like Mandarin for example.

DID YOU KNOW – there is no Chinese Alphabet at all!

Chinese is a serious of pictograms and characters that you need to memorise!

That makes learning the Japanese and Korean Alphabets seem a lot less daunting, especially when you consider Chinese has tens of thousands of characters!

Anyway, back to Korean. We wanted to summarise the alphabet in one simple table with their relevant sounds, so here it is.

This is Hangul:

HangulSoundExample WordEnglish
g/k 가방 (ka bang)Bag
n 노래 (no rae)Song
d/t 대한민국 (dae han min gug)South Korea
l/r 라면 (ra myeon)Ramen
m 엄마 (eom ma)Mum
p/b (bap)Banana
s 사과 (sa gwa)Apple
silent “ng” (bang)Room
j 지도 (ji do)Map
ch 친구 (chin gu)Friend
k 커피 (ko pi)Coffee
t 토마토 (to ma to)Tomato
p (pal)Arm
h 하늘 (ha neul)Sky
a (cha)Car
ya 약속 (yak sok)Promise
eo 버스 (bo sseu)Bus
yeo 여자 (yo ja)Woman
o (bom)Spring
yo 요리사 (yo li sa)Cook/Chef
u (mun)Door
yu 휴가 (hyu ga)Holidays
eu 아이스크림 (ah e seu keu lim)Ice Cream
i 아이 (a e)Child
kk (kkul)Honey
tt (ddal)Daughter
pp 아빠 (appa)Dad
ss (ssuk)Mugwort (Korean Plant)
ts 짜장면 (jja jang myeon)Black Bean Noodles
ae 개미 (kae mi)Ant
yae 얘기 (yae gi)Story
e 가게 (ka ge)Store
ye 시계 (si gye)Watch
wa 사과 (sa gwa)Apple
wae 돼지 (dwae ji)Pork
oe 괴물 (goe mul)Monster
weo 고마워 (go ma weo)Thank You
wae 외삼촌 (oe sam chon)Uncle
wi (gwi)Ear
ui 의사 (oe sa)Doctor

Then to complete the line-up the Complex Consonants:

  • ㄳ gs [g] – We only pronounce the [g] sound
  • ㄵ nj [nj] – We pronounce it as [nj]
  • ㄶ nh [nh] – We pronounce it as [nh]
  • ㄺ lg [g] – We only pronounce the [g] sound
  • ㄻ lm [m] – We only pronounce the [m] sound
  • ㄼ lb [b] – We only pronounce the [b] sound
  • ㄽ ls [s] – We only pronounce the [s] sound
  • ㄾ lt [t] – We only pronounce the [t] sound
  • ㄿ lp [p] – We only pronounce the [p] sound
  • ㅀ lh [h] – We only pronounce the [h] sound
  • ㅄ ps [p] – We only pronounce the [p] sound

FREE DOWNLOAD | Our Korean Alphabet PDF

Hopefully, you’ve seen by now when we discuss and teach topics, we don’t brush over the details and leave you to do the rest, we dig deep!

We take great pride in providing content that few others can compete with.

Sure we’ve taught you the Korean Alphabet, but who else would spend all this time creating graphics, PDF’s and quizzes for you to utilise also?

That’s where we come in!

So, to summarise everything you’ve read up until now, here is a super useful PDF with all the Korean letters in a handy PDF.

Print it, review is, share it, download it – do what you want! We hope it’s useful.

Once you feel ready to tackle Korean further… our quiz below awaits!

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DID YOU KNOW – Japanese has three alphabets! Don’t worry though, we wrote a super guide to make it all very easy to understand! Check it out here – the guide to Japan’s 3 Alphabets.

We’ve also provided extensive articles about the Chinese Alphabet (or lack of), Russian Cyrillic Alphabet and the Vietnamese Alphabet as well.


Now then… ready to test yourself?

Don’t worry, all answers to the 20 questions are in the blog you’ve already finished reading so it shouldn’t prove too hard!

There’s a mixture of vowel and consonant recognition along with a few of the words we mentioned above.

Good luck, and do share your scores below!

Welcome to our Korean Alphabet quiz! Enter your first name and email to begin. Don't worry you can unsubscribe at any time!

First Name
What is the sound for ㄸ ?

How many Vowels are in the Korean Alphabet?

What is the sound for ㄹ ?

What is the sound for ㅆ ?

What is the sound for ㅁ ?

What is the sound for ㅕ ?

How many Letters are in the Korean Alphabet?

What is the sound for ㅣ ?

How many Consonants are in the Korean Alphabet?

What is the sound for ㅌ ?

What is Apple in Korean?

What is the sound for ㅃ ?

What is South Korea in Korean?

What is the sound for ㅋ ?

What is the sound for ㄱ ?

What is the sound for ㅅ ?

What is Ramen in Korean?

What is the sound for ㅜ ?

What is the sound for ㅏ ?

What is the sound for ㅎ ?

Korean Alphabet | FAQs

How many letters are in the Korean Alphabet?

Today there are 24 letters in Hangul, the Korean Alphabet.

14 consonant letters and 10 vowels.

What is the Korean alphabet called?

The Korean Alphabet is known as Hangul 한글 in Korean.

How many vowels are in the Korean Alphabet?

There are 10 vowels in the Korean Alphabet.

How many consonants are in the Korean Alphabet?

There are 14 consonants in the Korean Alphabet.

How many additional complex letters are in the Korean Alphabet?

There are 27 complex letters formed by combining the basic letters.

11 complex consonant letters

11 complex vowel letters

5 tense consonant letters

When was Hangul created?

During the Joseon dynasty in 1443, King Sejong decided to create an alphabet that could be easily read and written by people from all classes.

Thus Hangul, the Korean Alphabet as we know it today, was formed.

How many double consonants are there in the Korean Alphabet?

There are 5 double consonants in total which are:

How to learn the Korean alphabet?

A good place to start would be learning Hangul – the Korean alphabet.

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We even offer a 7 day free trial.

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  1. Craig

    Loving the graphics

    1. Max Hobbs

      Thanks Craig 🙂

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    1. Max Hobbs

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  4. astra

    Hi there, just noticing a mistake

    In your table for 밥 you’ve put the English translation as banana instead of rice/meal (or maybe it’s that you’ve put 밥 instead of 바나나)

    1. LTL Team HQ

      Thanks for noticing Astra but we meant the sound is like the B in Banana, and you can see the sentence then shows Rice just after 🙂

      Hope that clears it up.

      "ㅂ “biep p/b [p/b] makes the same sound as the b in banana. 밥 is pronounced bap which means rice."

  5. I got full marks in the quiz, thanks for setting that up. it's really good

    1. LTL Team HQ

      That's excellent, well done Dex

  6. Hossan

    hangul genuinely took me a day to learn, piece of cake !

    1. Max Hobbs

      Good man, that's a sound effort!

  7. I learnt it within a week, really not hard and really lovely to read

    1. LTL Team HQ

      That's great work!

  8. Batchim does my head right in!!

    1. Max Hobbs

      Definitely not the first person to say that sentence!!

    2. Jasmen

      hard,but trying


    3. Max Hobbs

      You got this!

    4. Mariamae

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    5. Max Hobbs

      Very nice effort!

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      I Am 작시 , and actually I am self taught learner ,i am so blessed to have this lesson , i got to know a lot about hangeul history n all stuff , thanku so much for this amazing content ❣️

    7. Max Hobbs

      Our pleasure 작시

    8. Mousumi

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    9. Marine Colliot

      Well done!

  9. I learnt 한글 in about 3 days. It's really quite easy!

    1. LTL Team HQ

      That's great, well done Gabe. It's not that hard at all is it! The King wasn't wrong 😅

  10. Harvey

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    3. Max Hobbs

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    1. Max Hobbs

      Thank you so much!

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    1. Max Hobbs

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    1. Max Hobbs

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      Thanks for your comment 🙂

  31. Justina

    I have always like watching kdrama and listen to korean song. Recently I have returned from my first trip to Korea and it makes me really want to start learning. Thus, have chance upon your website and it is really a great platform for a starter to learn them. Thank you.

    1. Marine Colliot

      We are very happy to read your kind words, and welcome in the Korean language learning sphere! Have you checked our Flexi Classes platform yet? You can study any level of Korean 24/7 by choosing when and what to study, we also have a 7 Day Free Trial available. Let us know if you have any questions, Marine

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  33. emmanuella

    really want to learn korean cos am travelling there

  34. Joselyn

    I've wanted to work for some of my favorite south korean publishing companies! I decided to pick up learning so maybe one day, I can try applying to them. Wish me luck!

    1. Max Hobbs

      Good luck Joselyn! You got this, we'll be here to help whenever you need.

  35. yeay got full marks! loving the websites! thank you!

    1. Max Hobbs

      Yay!! Well done Ann, really glad you are enjoying the website

  36. I have 18 right and i failed in 2 quastions

    i'm so happy for this experience

    1. Max Hobbs

      Super work Janet, well done

  37. Didnt expect that

  38. Daya Devin

    I got 14 correct and 6 wrong but I'm proud of myself.

    1. Max Hobbs

      That's a great effort Daya, keep on learning 🙂

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  40. Alan Theophilus Tan

    Very Informative Website. Colourful charts. : )

    1. Max Hobbs

      Thanks Alan, we do our very best!

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  42. I got 20 over 20.😊😊😊

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  44. Krislee

    I enjoyed answering the quiz. Got a perfect score!😁

    1. Max Hobbs

      Wooo, you know your Hangul Krislee! Well done

  45. william

    very encouraging and a fast learning way of the korean language. I am like wow!! i will get to the end period!!!!

  46. red ossar

    You say Hangul is an alphabet, but it's technically a featural writing system. It's like calling the Arabic script a syllabary. Speaking of syllabaries, you also call Japanese an alphabet, even though Japanese doesn't even have one singular writing system. Even if you were talking about all three at once, none of them are alphabets. There are two syllabaries and a logographic writing system. Notice how I didn't say there was an alphabet. You also say Mandarin when talking about Mandarin (good so far) but then call it Chinese twice after that. You can say Mandarin Chinese or just Mandarin, but not just Chinese. Chinese are the people, not the language.

    Sorry, I just felt like you were calling any writing system an alphabet. It's very English-centric.

    1. Max Hobbs

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts 🙂

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