안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo)? Camila here, and today I’m going to answer the question “How can I distinguish the different Korean vowel sounds?” We recommend using associations, which are pictures or images in your mind. They make it easy to remember the vowels. The ㅗ (o) vowel sounds like the beginning of the word “old”. We use the word “old” as the association for the ㅗ (o) vowel. For ㅜ (u), we use the word “new” as the association. For ㅓ(eo), we use iPod. And for ㅏ(a), we use iPad. We have a section about vowels in our 90 Minute Challenge PDF Guide. You can download it for free by going to 90daykorean.com. This is Camila, and I hope you have fun learning the Korean vowels. Bye now!