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Han·gul

 (häng′go͞ol)
n.
The alphabetic system of writing used in Korea, invented in the 1400s.

[Korean Hangŭl, great writing : han, great + kŭl, writing.]

hangul

(ˈhɑːŋɡuːl)
n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) the alphabetic scheme that is used in Korea
Translations
Hangeul
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Writing and reading Hangeul, or the Korean alphabet, is the easiest part of the lesson.
The festival displayed food counters (managed by Korea Agro Fisheries and Food Trade Cooperation) to give a taste of the local Korean flavours to serve Indian taste buds besides featuring experiential attractions like face mask painting, Hangeul calligraphy and video gallery exhibiting Korean history & cultural assets.
For instance, in 1997 the Korean government established 10 Representative Korean Cultural Symbols including Hangeul (Korean alphabet), Buddhist temples, and Taekwondo.
I first looked up how Hangeul (Korean alphabet) is read and written and memorized some commonly used phrases.
The team's report said markings in Korea's Hangeul script were found on salvaged parts and matched markings on a stray North Korean torpedo recovered by the South seven years ago.
Asi pues se dotan de un alfabeto, el Hangeul, que es borrado por los japoneses, para "japoneizar" a Corea.
The comic is perfect for young children as traditional literacy skills are not required since the language used in the comic is essentially made-up--it's a derivative of the Korean Hangeul script.
King Sejong invented Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, in the 15th century and the new statue will be dedicated on October 9, the day when the invention of Hangeul was proclaimed.
According to Kim, Admiral Yi and King Sejong who invented Hangeul, the Korean alphabet system, are two famed historic Koreans that foreigners must know to pass the test to become naturalized Koreans.
The team said a marking in Korea's Hangeul script was found on salvaged parts and matched markings on a stray North Korean torpedo recovered by the South seven years ago.
According to a report in Korea Times, the Hangeul copy of an ancient Chinese book, which contains the notes of the Joseon Kingdom (1392-1910) scholar Kim Si-seup, was discovered at Baekryunam, Haein Temple.