muyo wrote:But Kanji isn't that hard once you start to get into it. I always looked for ways that the character looked like what it meant and that helped xD
And my aunt, who is from South Korea, told me that Korean might actually be easier than Japanese and Chinese because they have something that's kind of like the English alphabet. They have these characters in their "alphabet" that they put together to make words, kind of like English does.
I don't know any Korean though xD;;
Written Korean is by far the easiest Asian language for foreigners to learn. As for spoken Korean, it'll give you some trouble, but if you already speak Chinese or Japanese it'll be a lot easier.
At least, that's what I've picked up from listening to people on the train haha.