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Hangul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangul

The Korean alphabet, known as Hangul in South Korea and as Chosŏn'gŭl in North Korea and China, is the alphabet that has been used to write the Korean language ...

Korean Alphabet (Hangul) | zKorean

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Korean Alphabet (Hangul) History of Hangul. The History of Hangul is a 3-part article outlining the engineering of the Korean language. Appearance.

Learn hangeul - Korean Wiki Project

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Beginner. This section is for people who are learning the Korean alphabet for the first time. Please remember that 한글 refers to the Korean alphabet.

Korean alphabet, pronunciation and language

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Details of written and spoken Korean, a language spoken mainly in South Korea and North Korea by about 63 million people.

Hangul - Indiana University Korean Center

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Hangul - Indiana University Korean Center

Learn Korean - Learn Hangul - Beginners Lesson One

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This page will give you the basics to learn Hangul, the Korean alphabet. Continue to Lesson 2 to get all the irregularities.

Korea.net : The official website of the Republic of Korea

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National Library to expand selection of sign language video books . A wide selection of sign language video books will become available to deaf readers in Korea this ...

hangeul - Wiktionary

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hangeul ‎(uncountable) Alternative letter-case form of Hangeul; Translations . Hangeul — see Hangeul. French . French ...

Hangul - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hangul or Hangeul (Korean: 한글) is the alphabet used for the Korean language and Cia-Cia language. It was made by Sejong the Great, the 4th King of the Joseon ...

Origin of hangul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hangul is the native script of Korea, created in the mid fifteenth century under King Sejong, as both a complement and an alternative to the logographic Sino-Korean hanja