The Korean Wiki Project is a collaborative effort to unify knowledge on the Korean language and to make the information easily accessible to anyone. First, this site is under major construction. A lot of the articles are incomplete and have been created for future editing. The site hasn't been publicly released yet and won't be until a good amount of articles have been finished.
This website will explain Korean grammar patterns, Korean idioms, slang, along with practical vocabulary words organized by subject. This site will also thoroughly teach you how to read and write Hangeoul (한글), the Korean script, with many examples and even advanced consonant assimilation rules. The site was originally intended to explain everything in English, however as the majority of Korean language students these days are Japanese and Chinese, we encourage users to provide translations in both languages respectively.
One of the goals of this project is to provide the most accurate, in depth information and accurate translations for Korean grammar patterns and vocabulary words where other dictionaries and books fail. Another goal is to make all information on here simple and easy to understand rather than trying to sound as professional and intellectual as possible. There is no point in trying to sound extra articulate when all the person wants to do understand something about Korean.
In order to make use of this wiki, your computer must first properly display Korean characters. If you see boxes, random characters or question marks, throughout this wiki instead of Korean characters, then your computer isn't properly displaying Korean characters. As a test, your browser should properly display the following:
For simple instructions on how to make your computer display or input Korean characters go here