Meera wrote:I'm getting confused on where to put the consonants and vowels.
Do you mean when writing them in a syllable? The two most basic syllable types are CV and CV/C (I can't draw a horizontal line, so I'm using the backslash). In a syllable that starts with a vowel sound, you use ieung as the first C but you don't pronounce it. This way it still follows the syllable rules. It's only if ieung comes after a vowel sound (so basically on the bottom of a syllable) that you pronounce it as /ŋ/.
You can also get some syllables which have two C's on the bottom: CV/CC.