Study Korean anytime and anywhere with smartphone, tablet, etc
Focused on the pronunciation of common Chinese characters, which comprise approximately 70% of Chinese characters in China and Korea.
Entries are grouped by first syllables with similar pronunciation for effective vocabulary learning taking into consideration of unique Chinese character pronunciation
Main entries are in Pinyin (Romanized standard Chinese pronunciation) for easy vocabulary search with Romanized Korean pronunciation
[Who needs this book]
Students, businessmen, travelers who want to increase Korean vocabulary in short term
Mandarin speakers who want to increase Korean vocabulary themselves easily
Anyone who want to give this book as a gift to their children, grandchildren or others
This book lists approximately 3,000 core Korean words for school, exam, business and travel with Mandarin equivalents including Romanized pronunciation. Main entries are in Pinyin (Romanized standard Chinese pronunciation) alphabetically with Chinese characters (both simplified and traditional if applicable). In the next line, the entry’s Romanized Korean equivalents, Hangul (Korean alphabet), and Korean Hanja (漢字).
Entries are grouped by first syllables with similar pronunciation for effective vocabulary learning taking into consideration of unique Chinese character pronunciation First entry Chinese character is written in red and entries are also grouped by same Chinese characters.
Common Chinese character words are written in black, while certain words with same meaning but with reverse syllable order are written in red. Some syllables with partially different fonts are also written in red.
In case of part of speech, most of Korean verbs are in the form of ‘noun+‘하다(hada)’ with some exceptions.
bāo hán 包含
po ham 포함(包含); po ham ha da 포함(包含)하다
bāo wéi 包围 (包圍)
po wi 포위(包圍); po wi ha da 포위(包圍)하다
bì zhàng 壁障
jang byeok 장벽(障壁)