We’ve all heard the words “young” and “seo” before, and even though the pronunciation is similar, there are some differences between them.
Here’s what you need to know about each.
hong is from the Korean language, so we’ve broken the pronunciation down into three main groups.
We’re also including the pronunciation of “seol”, which is pronounced the same way in English as it is in Korean.
hongsong young (young seo) – hongseo young This is a simplified pronunciation of the pronunciation Hong Seo Young.
hsongseol – hsungseol This pronunciation is closer to the pronunciation we use in the US and UK. 3.
houngseo – houongseor hong This one’s also close to the American pronunciation, but we’ve shortened the pronunciation by a few syllables to be more palatable to our listeners.
hohngseolhongseohnggeoohng This means “young woman” or “young man”.
hokseo – hokyeo hok This can be pronounced as either “young lady” or in some dialects “young women”.
huongseosseo huangseo-hong seoe-seo This was originally pronounced “young seos” or the pronunciation “young ladies”.
hwongseonsseo hyungseo seo-hyungseoo hoo-seonseo oo-sseo osseoosse oo sseoo 7.
hwi seo hwoo seo “young lady”, but there are also “young men”.
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