ISO/TR 11941

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ISO/TR 11941:1996 is a Korean romanization system used in ISO. It is not commonly used; it is only used in Unicode character names.

It is very similar to Yale Romanization.

Transcription rules

Consonants

k/g kk/gg ks/gs kh/k lk/lg
t/d tt/dd th/t lth/lt
p/b pp/bb ps/bs ph/p lp/lb lph/lp
c/j cc/jj ch/c nc/nj
s ss ls
m lm
–, ng h lh nh
r/l n

Vowels

a ae ya yae wa wae
eo e yeo ye weo we
o oe yo
u yu
eu
i yi wi

Usage

This system is used in Unicode character names. For example, the character ᄎ (U+110E) is named "HANGUL CHOSEONG CHIEUCH" (한글 초성 치읓); ㅊ is romanized as "ch." However, the character 차 (U+CC28) is named "HANGUL SYLLABLE CA"; ㅊ is romanized as "c."