The Korean Alphabet also known as Hangul, or Chosongul (Han-geul in South Korea) (Chosŏn'gŭl in North Korea), is the native alphabet of the Korean language.
Ah... this vowel is on category 볼모음 or Double Vowels.... you're great! 화이팅!
@lexi24738 whatever looks complicated is always Chinese. The 韓 is indeed Chinese. though we use the simplified version now 韩
you know this really helps me a lotbsince I'm taking down hangul terms and in one click I have found these so I don't have to waste so much time researching cause its already here. . That's all haha ;)