Wow remind me of old days as i was learning korean as where i worked in opposite there was korean training center i just registered myself and just attend 4 classes and i leave that as its not that much easy.
I would have to say that Korean is easier to learn than Thai. This is because Thai has a far more complicated writing system, involving many complex tones and sound lengths. Although Korean also has their own way of writing, their system is fast simpler and doesn't have as many complex tone variations. Being able to read a language makes it far easier to learn and increase your vocabulary.
Korean is waaaaaaay easier to learn than Thai! Just learning Thai vowels is a nightmare! Korean is logical and easy to follow. Thai is like winding through a never-ending maze!
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