Doubled ㄱ (g).
- IPA(key): /k͈/ (velar plosive with tense phonation; similar to English /k/, but with a stiff glottal opening)
- Actual realisation:
- (mostly) IPA(key): [k͈]
- (before stops, or word-finally) IPA(key): [k̚]
- (before nasals) IPA(key): [ŋ]
ㄲ • (kk)
- A digraph of hangul, the Korean alphabet.
In North Korea, the letter is called 된기윽 (doen'gieuk, “strong ㄱ (g)”). In South Korea, it is called 쌍기역 (雙—, ssanggiyeok, “doubled ㄱ (g)”).
In Dongguk Jeong'un (東國正韻), this letter was used to transcribe voiced velar plosive ([ɡ]) of Middle Chinese.