also if ㅎ is followed by a vowl the following vowl is asspirated. For example
좋다 becomes 좋타 and is therefore more closer to the t, while still different from the beginning or end position, Hajar told you about !
15 февраля 2014 г.
When "ㄷ" is between 2 vowels it sounds like a D
When "ㄷ" is in the beginning or the end it sounds like a T
This might help you with korean alphabet: http://www.busyatom.com/node/2911/korean-alphabet