By the end of How to Read Korean Hangul you will be able to pick up any level 1 Korean learning resource and start learning.
The Korean alphabet is called Hangul, Hangeul, or 한글 and was created by King Sejong, assisted by several scholars, in 1443. Hangul has 19 consonants and 21 vowels with 5 basic consonants modeled after the shape of the tongue or mouth when pronounced. Hangul is a very young, systematic, and scientific alphabet. This is why Hangul is easy to learn and thought of so highly by scholars around the world.