Comparison [g] in English with the sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean by HMJ phonetics

 The original sounds of [g] in English and the sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean by HMJ phonetics are as follows.

[g]

 

[( )]

그   ——-> three ultimate particles of sounds, that is, [(  )], [ㄱ] and [ㅡ]

 

The sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean

[ㄱ]  ——> one ultimate particle of sounds

 

Therefore, [g] ≠ the sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean.

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