The German phonetic symbol, ‘[ø]’

The German phonetic symbol, ‘[ø]’ is [에] in HMJ phonetics.
Firstly in the world, HMJ wrote that this on May in 2014.
The position of tongue is like 우’s in Korean.
So during pronuncing, [우] is derived.
Therefore, total sounds are heard like
[에]+[우]=[웨] .
In Korea, ‘[ø]’s pronunciation had been taught as ‘외’.

For example,

Goethe [gøːtә]

[으에:.트어]   그웨:.터
.그

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