The difference between both [l] and [r] by HMJ phonetics

 The difference between both [l] and [r] is what Korean people most wonder about in English pronunciation because both are heard alike to them.  But looks like the difference was clarified when ‘the perfect edition of [r] in English’ was published on Bruce’s internet cafe ( in 2009.

 Both original sounds are as follows respectively.

[l]   [을]

[r]   [(  )]


 Both original sounds are written very alike in HMJ phonetics. Also [r]’s original sounds contain [l]’s. So both are heard alike to Korean people.


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