About Indonesian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Indonesian is the official language of Indonesia. It belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian branch while the standard dialect is Malay. When Indonesia became independent they declared Indonesian as their official language in 1945. Indonesian is spoken by 23 million people while it is the second language of 140 million people. As most Indonesians are bilingual they know more than three languages. Besides Indonesia, this language is also spoken in the Netherlands, the Philippines, and Singapore. Several dialects are spoken in various areas. The northern dialect is known as Malay while the southern dialect is most commonly spoken in Indonesia. There are regional dialects that are spoken in both north and south of Indonesia. It consists of six vowels but the sound system is similar to Malay.
About Korean Language
According to Wikipedia.org, The Korean language is the official language of North and South Korea. Around 48 million speakers live in South Korea while the other 24 million reside in North Korea. There are around 2 million speakers of the Korean language in China while 1 million are in the United States. The dialect of Korean is different in both North and South Korea. Even the spellings, alphabets, and vocabulary choices are different. The writing system features vernacular script and is now known as Hangul. There are two different types of vowels that include y or w. Some front vowels are written as e = [e], and ae = [ε] or [æ]. However, some of them are originally diphthongs. The Korean language is deeply influenced by Chinese but even then, it is completely different from it.