Korean is the official language of the Korean peninsula (Republic of Korea or North Korea). Korean is spoken by around 63 million people in Korea (North Korea and South Korea). The Korean language is also spoken in China, Japan, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, Guam, Paraguay, and the United States of America.
The origin of Korean is linked with the Altaic language of central Asia. Altaic language is a family of languages that includes Mongolian, Turkish, and the Tungusic languages of Siberia. Some Korean linguists’ say the origin of the Korean language is related to Uralic languages (Hungarian and Finnish), Chinese, and Japanese languages.
There are two standards of Korean in Korea. One is the Seoul dialect in South Korea and the other is the Pyongyang dialect in North Korea. These dialects are regulated and distinguished by the national language policy of each country. Apart from these dialects, some regional dialects are bound to provide boundaries. Hamgyong, Pyongan, and Hwanghae are some North Korean regional dialects. Kyongsang, Chungcheong, Cholla, and Cheju Island are some South Korean regional dialects.....
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