Why Korean language

From Wiki Photo Credit : Here Korean (한국어/조선말) is the official language of North Korea and SouthKorea. It is also one of the two official languages in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in China. There are about 78 million Korean speakers. In the 15th century a national writing system was developed by Sejong the Great, currently called Hangul. The genealogical classification of the Korean language is debated. Some … Continue reading Why Korean language

Korean Language Courses 1

Korean language courses

Korean Course
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Korean grammar checker, spelling
Words, sentences, spell check your site, download, how to use and more.

Hangul alphabetical Love
LITERATURE regulations, spacing, spelling checker, dictionary, etc. This information, more Korean.

Korean Trim
National Bureau offers IPA, foreign purified find Korean, Korean and more understanding.

Gukeo country’s yimangi
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Digital Hangul Museum
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Bakdonggeun of Korean and Korean
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Choice of dragon ganggi gukeo Resources
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KBS Korean yeonguhoe
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Posts gimhyeongbae heard of love
Spelling, gukeo purified, foreign conventions, grammar checker, and more Hangul materials.
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Promotion of Hangeul

More Efforts Needed to Globalize Korean Heritage Posted on koreatimes.co.kr Pic. Credit: Here The country will celebrate the 563rd anniversary of the promulgation of Hangeul, the Korean alphabetic system, on Friday. This year’s Hangeul Day has special meaning because children of an ethnic group in Indonesia have begun to learn their own language by using … Continue reading Promotion of Hangeul