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Don Park wrote:
> Remember that Hangul, the Korean language, is a phonetic 
> language and that so called translations are often just 
> English word 'voiced' in Hangul syllables.  For example, 
> 'banana' in Hangul would take three Korean syllables.
> Hangul integrates better with Chinese though.  In general, 
> there is a many-to-one mapping between Chinese words to a 
> Hangul syllable.  For example, my Korean first name is 'Do' 
> which uses the Chinese Tao character. Mapping confusion is 
> cleared by following the ambiguous Hangul words with 
> parenthesized Chinese characters.

I have found an interesting "official" page on the Korean language and
Hangeul, the Korean alphabet:



> Best,
> Don Park
> http://www.docuverse.com/ http://www.docuverse.com/blog/donpark/
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