Okay so quick question. I have just started to read a bit about Korean (Can't really take on fully learning it as I have been self studying Russian for a year and now just took on Icelandic). So, my names Jake! Google translate gives: 제이크 (jeikeu) Now obviously, already phonetically this isn't my name and I also read that 3 character names is a sort of Chinese cultural thing that has been carried over and not necessary. So I understand that hangul is actually an alpahbet just put into blocks, so how phonetically would I spell Jake (Dzheik/Djeik I guess is the closest literal sounds). And finally, what is the smallest level of meaning in Korean? I understand the blocks normally consist of consonant vowel consonant so at that level its an alphabet much like english, but can these alone have meaning, or is it the blocks that have meaning, or infact a combonation of blocks (i'm guessing a single character can have meaning as it seems common in asian languages) which leads me to ask. What does my name mean? Cheers. Just curious about these things.