Revised Romanization of Korean

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The Revised Romanization of Korean is what South Korea uses to turn their writing system into the Roman alphabet. It's meant to replace the McCune-Reischauer system.

Vowel letters[change | change source]

These are what the vowels of the Revised Romanization of Korean look like.[1]

a eo o u eu i ae
e oe w ya yeo yo yu
yae ye wa wae wo we ui

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