Korean Terminology Han-gul: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangul The Korean language is classified as a Ural-Altaic language, a group which also includes Mongolian, Hungarian, and Finnish. The Korean character system, "han-gul", is completely different from and independent of Chinese and Japanese. 'Han-gul' was developed by a group of scholars under the patronage of King Sejong in 1443. It is composed of 10 vowels and 14 consonants, which are used to form numerous syllabic groupings. ( www.hapkido-info.net ) Table of vowels and consonants and the resulting syllable. Jang's Karate Center Terminology Page http://www.jangskarate.com/termHS.html Terminology listed in the Member Manual http://www.soobahkdoinstitute.com/read_blog/56/terminology http://soobahkdo.editme.com/Terminology Korean Language Resources http://soobahkdoinstitute.com/read_blog/76/korean-language Talk To Me In Korean http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/ Other Language Translation Tools Google Translation http://translate.google.com/# Yahoo Translation http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ Bing Translation http://www.microsofttranslator.com/ Post a comment Comments: 10/17/16 Institute Admin commented: An excellent terminology pronunciation resource for Korean terms can be found on Sa Bom Nim Frank Tsai\'s website here: http://www.handolmartialarts.com/study-resources/terminology/ Reply 0 Show replies (0) Reply to Institute Admin's comment... You must be logged in to comment.