The Korean language was spoken by North Koreans and South Koreans. While there are some differences between the Korean and Korean dialects spoken in the south, dialects are mutually understandable.
Korean is also used in the Yanbian Autonomous Region, located in the southern province of Heilongjiang, China.
Approx. 78 million people speak Korean, including immigrant communities in the former Soviet Union, Australia, Canada, the United States, Brazil, Japan, the United Kingdom and the Philippines.
The condemnation of so-called language varies between Koreans. In South Korea, Hangugeo or Hangung is usually called. Officially the Korean name is gugeo, which means "the language of the country." Rather than call this language literally "our language". "
North Korean generally refers to Korean as Chos, although it is Urban. The North Korean standard is based on speaking in the capital, while in the South the standard is spoken in Seoul. The differences between these two forms of Korean language are not make it impossible to communicate between the two groups of speakers as differences are more or less the same as Spanish Spanish and Spanish Latin America.
The origin of the Korean language is still unclear, some linguists claim to belong to the Alcian languages, while others put the Japanese language in the same group in a group: Korean-Japanese
Since neither of these views has proven to be, language learners prefer the Korean language than the abovementioned grams. From a Morphological point of view, the Korean language uses agglutination , which is linked to the addition of robes to the basis of a word. The Korean grammar syntax is based on the object-object verb. Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean are heavily influenced by Chinese.
The Korean system for writing is known as Hangeul and is an alphabetical and anti-sound system. It is very common that vocabulary from Chinese is used directly or indirectly.
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