||Ullah., Aman. (2019). A study of Korean final nasal consonant[n] pronunciation errors based on the vocal sound system of Pakistani students. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 27(2), 37-57. This study examined if Pakistani students can clearly pronounce three distinctive nasal constants of the Korean language or not. For the purpose, total 9 high frequent words from the vocal data of speaking exam which includes the nasal stop sounds of 20 Pakistani students were analyzed: 3 words are from one-syllable words which nasal sounds are (안, 꿈, 명), 3 words are from two-syllable words which nasal sounds in the first place are (안과, 담배, 종교) and 3 words are from two-syllable words which nasal sounds in the last place are (공원, 사람, 고향). The result showed that the Pakistani students can recognize and can clearly distinct and pronounce three nasal conflictive elements of Korean language. But, due to the influence of allophone rules of Urdu nasal alphabet ن/noon/[n], some Pakistani students produced ㅇ[ŋ] sound with ㄴ[n] and ㅁ[m] sound with ㄴ[n]. Moreover, Pakistani students omitted final constant while uttering Korean sentences due to the non-existence of final constant in Urdu language. Based on the result of this research, I suggested teaching methods of nasal stop sounds for Pakistani students. The result of this paper could be utilized as a basic data for developing the pronunciation education materials or finding the ways of pronunciation education for Pakistani students. Hereafter, I hope that this paper will play a tiny role in developing the language pronunciation education for Pakistani students.