i5R EOS Hangul
Hangeul Day commemorative version
Hangul is a unique written language used by Koreans.
It was created in 1443 by King Sejong the Great under the name Hun Min Jeong-um,
Hun Min Jeong-um has the meaning of 'the appropriate sound for the teaching of the people'.
The great advantage of Hangul is that it is easy for anyone to learn.
In the past, the parts of the body that produce sounds (mouth, tongue, mouth, throat)
With a total of 28 letters, including 17 imitated consonants and 11 vowels imitating the shape of heaven, earth, and people.
It used to consist of, but now contains 14 consonants and 10 vowels.
Only 24 characters are used. In 1997, Hangul was adopted by UNESCO
It is such a language that it has been designated as a World Heritage Site.
Let's be grateful to have such a wonderful Hangeul and reflect on the meaning of Hangeul Day together.
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