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Problems for korean LearnersAs a person who is interested in the South korean culture as well as an English teacher in south korea, I have noticed several problems that korean students often face while studying English. The first problem deals with the ?R? and ?L? sound. The second issue highlights the pronunciation of the ?SI? versus ?SHI? sound. Finally, I will address the overall issues korean speakers have as a whole when learning English. Native korean speakers often confuse the ?R? and ?L? sound in the American alphabet. This is one of the biggest problems I have come across while teaching English in South korea. When I ask students to say a word such as ?river,? I often hear them say it as ?liver.? Because the ?R? and ?L? sound is interchangeable in the korean language, English learners or korean heritage also seem to think that it is the same when it comes to English. ?Really? will be pronounced as ?leally? and so on so forth. I felt that the best way to correct this problem was through gradual speaking practice. If a word with the ?R? or ?L? sound came up a lesson, I would spend extra time practicing the pronunciation of that word. For example, one of the hardest vocabulary