This book lists 8,798 core Korean words with English equivalents including romanized pronunciation. Main entries are in Hangul (Korean alphabet) alphabetically with Chinese characters, if any, followed by romanized Korean pronunciation. Next, in the same line, parts of speech label, and the entry’s English equivalents followed by standard American pronunciation. Foreign words except from China are italicized.
돔 dom [명] dome [doum]
돕는 사람 dop neun sa ram [명] helper [helpər]
돕다 dop tta [명] help [help]
돗자리 dot jja ri [명] mat [mæt]
동(銅) dong [명] copper [kapər]
동(東)쪽 dong jjok [명] east [i:st]
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About the Author
Author: Taebum Kim
Graduated from Seoul National University (Major: International Relations) in South Korea and worked for more than 20 years at many departments of financial institutions closely related to English and Japanese languages. Through more than 40 years of English language experiences both at schools and work fields, and a few years of research, found an easy and efficient way to improve English communication skills emphasizing “Accent Syllables”.
And with more than 10 years of academic experiences in Japan and through a few years of research, found an easy and efficient way of learning Japanese language focusing on “Common Chinese Characters” based upon the importance of the characters for both Korean and Japanese.