UPDATE: I created my own tool that romanizes. Please visit the Hangul Converter page.
Okay, okay…. I just updated my status in Facebook.com today— “I am too busy TO WRITE new posts”, so I will just keep romanizing and romanizing Korean OST lyrics because it does not require so much brain work. But, as I was searching for “Korean Lyrics Romanize” in Google to see how my site is going for this keyword, I found the website below from the search results.
So, I checked it out, and found this tool where anyone can romanize hangul lyrics, as long as they have the lyrics of course, and just cut and paste it.
If just because you think it is fun to do, I suggest you use this tool for coverting Hangul characters to Roman letters.. but I would like you to know that it will romanize by syllables, so you really can’t study Korean words with that..and some korean characters are pronounced differently sometimes… There are rules in Hangul which the tool does not follow.
But…. yeah… just for fun, still try this online tool! Really cool!
And here’s another, what if you wanted to do it the other way? Cool again, eh? Here it is!
The Roman-to-Hangul Convertion Service (opposite conversion)
One thing though, you can’t cut and paste on this tool the lyrics I am posting in Kreah-Craze.com, because I don’t usually follow what is in their Hangul Alphabet – Romanize Letters Chart. I am using another one, and applying irregularities.
I’m sharing these because you might also find these tools interesting and fun!