It does, it’s just not your definition of an N sound. Notice how when you make the N sound in English, “nuh”, the air is pushed out of your mouth. Now, idk how to explain this right, but try reversing that, pushing the air sort of into your mouth. It’ll make what you think sounds kind of like the English D sound, but it’s not a D sound, it’s ㄴ. I just woke up so forgive me if this makes absolutely no sense.
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