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The charts below show the way in which the [[International Phonetic Alphabet|International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)]] represents [[Korean language]] pronunciations in Wikipedia articles, based on the [[Korean dialects#The standard language|standard dialect of South Korea]].
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See [[Korean phonology]] for a more thorough look at the sounds of Korean.
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{| class="wikitable"
|+Korean [[consonant]]s
|-
! [[International Phonetic Alphabet|IPA]] !! [[Hangul]] !!width="30px"|[[Revised Romanization of Korean|RR]] !! English approximation
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|b}}</big><ref>[[Allophone]] of {{IPA|/p/}} between voiced sounds.</ref>|| ㅂ<big></big> || b || '''''b'''all''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|d}}</big><ref>Allophone of {{IPA|/t/}} between voiced sounds.</ref>|| ㄷ<big></big> || d || '''''d'''oll''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|dʑ}}</big><ref>Allophone of {{IPA|/tɕ/}} between voiced sounds.</ref>|| ㅈ || j || '''''g'''ee''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ɡ}}</big><ref>Allophone of {{IPA|/k/}} between voiced sounds.</ref>|| ㄱ || g || '''''g'''all''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|h}}</big>|| ㅎ || h || '''''h'''all''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|j}}</big>|| [{{nowrap|ㅛ, ㅠ,ㅑ,ㅕ,}}<br>{{nowrap|ㅖ, ㅒ}}]<big></big><ref>Spelled by doubling the short line on the vowel.</ref> || y || '''''y'''ou''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|k}}</big>|| ㄱ, [ㅋ]<ref>ㅋ is {{IPAblink|k}} at the end of a syllable.</ref> || g, k || '''''k'''id''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|k͈}}</big>|| ㄲ || kk || ''s'''k'''in''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|kʰ}}</big>|| ㅋ, [ㅎㄱ] || k || '''''c'''up''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|l}}</big>|| ㄹ, [ㄴ]<ref>ㄹ is {{IPAblink|l}} at the end of a syllable. ㄹㄴ and ㄴㄹ may be {{IPA|[l:]}}.</ref> || l || '''''l'''ip''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|m}}</big>|| ㅁ, ㅂ<ref>ㅂ is {{IPAblink|m}} before {{IPAblink|n}} or {{IPAblink|m}}.</ref> || m || '''''m'''all''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|n}}</big>|| ㄴ<br> [{{nowrap|ㄹ, ㄷ, ㅅ, ㅈ}}]<ref>ㄹ may be {{IPAblink|n}} at the start of a word. ㄷ, ㅅ, ㅈ are {{IPAblink|n}} before {{IPAblink|n}} or {{IPAblink|m}}.</ref> || n || '''''n'''ot''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ŋ}}</big>|| ㅇ, [ㄱ]<ref>ㅇ is only {{IPAblink|ŋ}} at the end of a syllable. ㄱ is {{IPAblink|ŋ}} before {{IPAblink|n}}, {{IPAblink|m}} or {{IPAblink|ɾ}}.</ref> || ng || ''ki'''ng'''''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|p}}</big>|| ㅂ<big></big>, [ㅍ]<ref>ㅍ is {{IPAblink|p}} at the end of a syllable.</ref> || b, p || '''''p'''aint''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|p͈}}</big>|| ㅃ<big></big> || pp || ''s'''p'''it''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|pʰ}}</big>|| ㅍ<big></big>, [ㅎㅂ] || p || '''''p'''aint''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ɾ}}</big>|| ㄹ || r || like Scots ''r'' or American ''la'''dd'''er''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|sʰ}}</big>|| ㅅ<big></big> || s || like '''''s'''ee'', but [[aspirated consonant|aspirated]] (with more breath)
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|s͈}}</big>|| ㅆ || ss || '''''s'''ee''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ɕ|ɕʰ}}</big><ref>Allophone of {{IPA|/s/}} before {{IPA|/i/}} and {{IPA|/j/}}.</ref>|| ㅅ || s || '''''sh'''e''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|ɕ͈}}</big><ref>Allophone of {{IPA|/s͈/}} before {{IPA|/i/}} and {{IPA|/j/}}.</ref>|| ㅆ || ss || '''''s'''ee''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|t}}</big>|| ㄷ<br>[{{nowrap|ㅌ, ㅅ, ㅈ, ㅊ}}]<ref>All are {{IPA|[t]}} and RR ''t'' at the end of a syllable.</ref> || d<br>t || '''''t'''all''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|t͈}}</big>|| ㄸ || tt || ''s'''t'''all''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|tʰ}}</big>|| ㅌ<big></big>, [ㅎㄷ] || t || '''''t'''all''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|tɕ}}</big>|| ㅈ || j || '''''ch'''eek''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|tɕ͈}}</big>|| ㅉ || jj || ''pi'''zz'''a''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|tɕʰ}}</big>|| ㅊ, [ㅎㅈ] || ch || '''''ch'''eek''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|w}}</big>|| [ㅜ, ㅗ]<ref>Spelled ㅜ before {{IPAblink|ʌ}}, {{IPAblink|e}}, {{IPAblink|i}}; ㅗ before {{IPAblink|ɛ}}, {{IPAblink|a}}; ㅚ {{IPAblink|ø}} can also be pronounced {{IPA|[we]}}</ref> || w || '''''w'''all''
|}
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{| class="wikitable"
|+ Korean [[vowel]]s and [[diphthong]]s
|-
! [[International Phonetic Alphabet|IPA]] !! [[Hangul]] !!width="30px"|[[Revised Romanization of Korean|RR]] !! English approximation
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ä|a}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅏ ||rowspan=2| a || ''bet'''''a'''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|aː}}</big> || ''sp'''a'''''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|e}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅔ || rowspan=2|e || ''s'''e'''t'', Spanish ''qu'''e'''so''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|eː}}</big> || ''r'''ay'''s'', [[Brazilian Portuguese]] ''p'''ei'''xes''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ɛ}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅐ || rowspan=2|ae || ''b'''e'''t'', Italian ''b'''e'''lla''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|ɛː}}</big> || ''s'''ay'''s'', French ''f'''ê'''te''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|i}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅣ || rowspan=2|i || rowspan=2|''m'''ea'''n''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|iː}}</big>
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|o}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅗ || rowspan=2|o || rowspan=2|''c'''o'''re''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|oː}}</big>
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ø}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅚ || rowspan=2|oe || rowspan=2|'''we'''ld''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|øː}}</big>
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|u}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅜ || rowspan=2|u || rowspan=2|''m'''oo'''n''
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|uː}}</big>
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ʌ}}</big>|| rowspan=2| ㅓ || rowspan=2| eo ||''m'''u'''d''
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|əː}}</big> || between ''p'''ear'''l'' ([[Received Pronunciation|RP]]) and ''p'''u'''ll'', with spread lips
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPAlink|ɯ}}</big>|| rowspan=2|ㅡ ||rowspan=2| eu || rowspan=2| like ''m'''oo'''n'', but with spread lips
|-
|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|ɯː}}</big>
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|align="center"|<big>{{IPA|ɰi}}</big>|| ㅢ || ui || like '''''wee''''', but with spread lips
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==Notes==
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==References==
*{{cite journal |last=Lee |first=Hyun-bok |year=1999 |title=An IPA Illustration of Korean |journal=Handbook of the International Phonetic Association}}
*{{cite conference |last=Lee |first=Hyun-bok |year=2002 |url=http://register.itfind.or.kr/Report/200201/IITA/IITA-0114-003/IITA-0114-003.pdf |trans_title=Phonetic Notation in Phonetic Research |title=음성의 연구와 음성의 표기법 |conference=INTERSPEECH-2002}}
*{{cite conference |last=Lee |first=Hyun-bok |year=2004 |url=http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/archive_papers/interspeech_2004/i04_P3.pdf |title=In search of a universal phonetic alphabet – theory and application of an organic visible speech |conference=INTERSPEECH-2004}}
*{{cite book |last=Sohn |first=Ho-min |year=2001 |title=The Korean Language |series=Cambridge language surveys |publisher=Cambridge University Press |ISBN=0521369436}}
 
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