Asian Languages Part 1 – Which languages sound the best to you?

Languages from East Asia:
– Mongolian
– Vietnamese
– Chinese
– Thai
– Burmese
– Japanese
– Korean

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36 Replies to “Asian Languages Part 1 – Which languages sound the best to you?”

  1. Park Haruka

    why viatnames hating on us koreans?i see comments saying that korean is the best and i appreciate them and than ALL of the viatnames fuckers writing hate cmments that ur a kboo if u like korean im korean and dont listen to them they are jealous cuz no one likes their language👎👅

  2. Park Haruka

    i like korean the best and chinese ,japanese but for me chinese , korean is sooo beautiful
    (im half korean and japanese-hungarian)😁😍but i cant speak japanese😅" just "english korean and hungarian cuz these languages are already hard and i have to learn chinese too so

  3. Matthew Choe

    Japanese = neat,  catchy, Similar to German
    Korean = emotional, unique, Similar to Turkish
    Chinese Mandarin =  Soft, fluctuant, musical
    Chinese Cantonese = Heroic, bold, rhythmical
    Mongolian = Gentle, elegant, sounds like French

  4. charlottesasaki

    Although I love the sound of Japanese, it is important to note that the Japanese girl in the video actually has a heavy Osaka dialect, which is different from the standard Tokyo accent that Japanese people learn. She uses some phrases that are commonly heard in the Osaka/Kyoto region and most of the intonations (up and down emphasis on different parts of words) are the complete opposite of standard Japanese. A standard Japanese dialect is like the man who was interviewing her, which is more formal and a lot less melodic in intonation.

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