If you’re confused on what this post is about, check out my previous post here about why I’m studying Korean! Throughout this post, I will be analysing my previous work and my first interactions with learning Korean on my own.
When I first looked up the Korean alphabet to get a quick understanding of what I was getting myself into, a first glance I was initially worried that I wouldn’t have enough time to remember the different vowels and consonants by themselves as well as when they’re put together to made a syllable. However, the more I kept going over the syllables, the easier it was for me to memorise the characters. Although I am not perfect in remembering every single character at this stage, after nearly a month since starting the project, I am definitely better from when I first started.
This is where autoethnography is evident. Autoethnography is an…
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