KoreoViet is a method of writing Vietnamese with the Korean alphabet devised by MF, who believes that the Korean alphabet is a good fit for Vietnamese.
In each cell, the first character is Vietnamese, the second is the IPA, and the third is KoreoViet. Existing Korean characters are shown in black; new ones are shown in orange.
Ngh is transcribed is the same way as Ng, and Qu is rendered as Cu.
Like in Korean, diphthongs like "Ya" are obtained by doubling the central bar of the T of the vowel.
Transliteration - Cộng hoà xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam
Translation - Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Information about KoreoViet is also available at
Also by MF: Phono Braille
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