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Hangul

The Korean alphabet, or Hangul (known as Han-geul in South Korea and Chosŏn'gŭl in North Korea), is the native alphabet of the Korean language. It was created during the Joseon Dynasty in 1443, and is now the official script of both North Korea and South Korea, and co-official in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture of the Jilin Province in the People's Republic of China. In South Korea, Hangul is augmented by Chinese characters, called hanja.

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List Of Korean-style Fortresses In China
... Onyeo mountain fortress (Hangul 오녀산성 Hanja 五女山城 present-day Huanren 桓仁, first capital of Goguryeo) Hwando Fortress (Hangul 환도성 Hanja ...
Lee Bum-Ho
... Lee Bum-Ho (Hangul 이범호 Hanja 李杋浩 born November 25, 1981 in Daegu, South Korea), nicknamed "Lee Bum-Honger(Hangul 이범홍어), Betrayer, Flower Bum-Ho(Hangu ...
Cheolli Jangseong - Goryeo Period
... Hyeonjong, passing through these cities Uiju (Hangul 의주 Hanja 義州) Hangul 위원 Hanja 威遠 Hangul 흥화 Hanja 興化 Hangul 정주 Hanja 靜州 Hangul ...
Hangul - Style
... Hangul may be written either vertically or horizontally ... In Hunmin Jeongeum, Hangul was printed in sans-serif angular lines of even thickness ...
List Of Provinces Of Balhae - Correspondence
... Provinces coming from Andong protectorate Namhae province is corresponding to former Qusu (Hangul 거소주 Hanja/Hanzi 去素州), Qudan (Hangul 거단주 Hanja/Hanzi ...