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Korean vs Dzongkha

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Countries

Countries
China, Jilin Province, North Korea, South Korea, Yanbian
Bhutan

Total No. Of Countries
5
10
1
14

National Language
North Korea, South Korea
Bhutan

Second Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
India

Speaking Continents
Asia
Asia
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Minority Language
Japan, People's Republic of China, Russia, United States of America
India

Regulated By
The National Institute of the Korean Language
Dzongkha Development Commission

Interesting Facts
  • Korean has borrowed words from English and Chinese.
  • Korean has two counting systems. First, is based on Chinese characters and numbers are similar to Chinese numbers, and second counting system is from words unique to Korea.
  • Standard romanization of the Dzongkha language is Roman Dzongkha.

Similar To
Chinese and Japanese languages
Sikkimese Language

Derived From
Not Available
Tibetan Language

Alphabets

Alphabets in
Korean-Alphabets.jpg#200
Dzongkha-Alphabets.jpg#200

Alphabets
40
21
95
39
πŸ“Š
β‡…

Phonology

How Many Vowels
21
19
5
3

How Many Consonants
19
9
30
20

Scripts
Hangul
Dzongkha Braille, Tibetan Braille
β‡…

Writing Direction
Left-To-Right, Horizontal, Top-To-Bottom
Not Available

Hard to Learn

Language Levels
3
2
Not Available
πŸ“Š
β‡…

Time Taken to Learn
88 weeks
12
Not Available
πŸ“Š
β‡…

Greetings

Hello
μ•ˆλ…•ν•˜μ„Έμš”. (annyeonghaseyo.)
Kuzoozangpo La

Thank You
κ°μ‚¬ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€ (gamsahabnida)
Kaadinchhey La

How Are You?
μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ μ§€λ‚΄μ„Έμš”? (eotteohge jinaeseyo?)
Ga Day Bay Zhu Yoe Ga ?

Good Night
μ•ˆλ…•νžˆ μ£Όλ¬΄μ„Έμš” (annyeonghi jumuseyo)
lek shom ay zim

Good Evening
μ•ˆλ…•ν•˜μ„Έμš” (annyeonghaseyo.)
Not Available

Good Afternoon
μ•ˆλ…•ν•˜μ‹­λ‹ˆκΉŒ (annyeong hashimnikka)
Not Available

Good Morning
μ•ˆλ…•νžˆ μ£Όλ¬΄μ…¨μ–΄μš” (An-yŏng-hi ju-mu-shŏ-ssŏ-yo)
Not Available

Please
ν•˜μ‹­μ‹œμ˜€ (hasibsio)
Not Available

Sorry
μ£„μ†‘ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€ (joesonghabnida)
Tsip maza

Bye
μ•ˆλ…• (annyeong)
Log Jay Gay

I Love You
당신을 μ‚¬λž‘ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€ (dangsin-eul salanghabnida)
Nga cheu lu ga

Excuse Me
μ‹€λ‘€ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€ (sillyehabnida)
Tsip maza

Dialects

Dialect 1
Jeju
Laya

Where They Speak
South Korea
Bhutan

How Many People Speak
10,000.00
99+
1,100.00
99+

Dialect 2
Gyeongsang
Lunana

Where They Speak
South Korea
Bhutan

How Many People Speak
10,000,000.00
9
700.00
99+

Dialect 3
Hamgyŏng
Adap

Where They Speak
China, North Korea
Bhutan

Total No. Of Dialects
12
13
Not Available
πŸ“Š
β‡…

How Many People Speak

How Many People Speak?
77.00 million
22
0.64 million
99+

Speaking Population
1.14 %
16
Not Available
πŸ“Š
β‡…

Native Speakers
77.00 million
12
0.17 million
99+
πŸ“Š
β‡…

Second Language Speakers
Not Available
0.47 million
36

Native Name
ν•œκ΅­μ–΄ (쑰선말)
དྷྫོང་ཁ (dzongkha)

Alternative Names
Hanguk Mal, Hanguk Uh
Bhotia of Bhutan, Bhotia of Dukpa, Bhutanese, Drukha, Drukke, Dukpa, Jonkha, Rdzongkha, Zongkhar

French Name
corΓ©en
dzongkha

German Name
Koreanisch
Dzongkha

Pronunciation
Not Available
Not available

Ethnicity
Koreans
Ngalop people

History

Origin
Before 1st century
17th Century

Language Family
Koreanic Family
Sino-Tibetan Family
β‡…

Subgroup
Not Available
Not Available

Branch
Not Available
Tibeto-Burman

Language Forms

Early Forms
Old Korean, Middle Korean and Korean
No early forms

Standard Forms
Pluricentric Standard Korean, South Korean standard and North Korean standard
Dzongkha

Language Position
12
11
Not Available

Signed Forms
Korean Sign Language
Not Available

Scope
Individual
Individual

Code

ISO 639 1
ko
dz

ISO 639 2

ISO 639 2/T
kor
dzo

ISO 639 2/B
kor
dzo

ISO 639 3
Kor
dzo

ISO 639 6
Not Available
Not Available

Glottocode
kore1280
nucl1307

Linguasphere
45-AAA
No data Available

Types of Language

Language Type
Living
Living

Language Linguistic Typology
Subject-Object-Verb
Not Available

Language Morphological Typology
Agglutinative
Not Available

Korean vs Dzongkha Speaking Countries

There are plenty of languages spoken around the world. Every country has its own official language. Compare Korean vs Dzongkha speaking countries, so that you will have total count of countries that speak Korean or Dzongkha language.

  • Korean is spoken as a national language in: North Korea, South Korea.
  • Dzongkha is spoken as a national language in: Bhutan.

You will also get to know the continents where Korean and Dzongkha speaking countries lie. Based on the number of people that speak these languages, the position of Korean language is 12 and position of Dzongkha language is not available. Find all the information about these languages on Korean and Dzongkha.

Korean vs Dzongkha Language History

Comparison of Korean vs Dzongkha language history gives us differences between origin of Korean and Dzongkha language. History of Korean language states that this language originated in Before 1st century whereas history of Dzongkha language states that this language originated in 17th Century. Family of the language also forms a part of history of that language. More on language families of these languages can be found out on Korean and Dzongkha Language History.

Korean and Dzongkha Greetings

People around the world use different languages to interact with each other. Even if we cannot communicate fluently in any language, it will always be beneficial to know about some of the common greetings or phrases from that language. This is where Korean and Dzongkha greetings helps you to understand basic phrases in Korean and Dzongkha language. Korean word for "Hello" is μ•ˆλ…•ν•˜μ„Έμš”. (annyeonghaseyo.) or Dzongkha word for "Thank You" is Kaadinchhey La. Find more of such common Korean Greetings and Dzongkha Greetings. These greetings will help you to be more confident when conversing with natives that speak these languages.

Korean vs Dzongkha Difficulty

The Korean vs Dzongkha difficulty level basically depends on the number of Korean Alphabets and Dzongkha Alphabets. Also the number of vowels and consonants in the language plays an important role in deciding the difficulty level of that language. The important points to be considered when we compare Korean and Dzongkha are the origin, speaking countries, language family, different greetings, speaking population of these languages. Want to know in Korean and Dzongkha, which language is harder to learn? Time required to learn Korean is 88 weeks while to learn Dzongkha time required is Not Available.