Resyllabification

Korean alphabet Hangeul resyllabification

Resyllabification is a phonological process in which consonants are attached to syllables other than those from which they originally came.
(source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10355232)

The definition sounds complicated but this is what you need to know:
In some Korean words, 받침, final consonant, is moved to the start of the next syllable.

꽃을 -> 꼬츨
ex) 나는 꽃을 샀다. I bought a flower.

국에 -> 한구게
ex) 한국에 갔다. (subject omitted) Went to Korea.

답을 찾아 -> 다블 차자
ex) 답을 찾아. Find (an) answer.

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