Hangeul Korea s Unique Alphabet Hangeul the indigenous writing system of the Korea was promulgated in It is an ingenious system that utilizes modern and scientific linguistic theories and principles of Korean traditional cult
Hangeul, the indigenous writing system of the Korea, was promulgated in 1446 It is an ingenious system that utilizes modern and scientific linguistic theories and principles of Korean traditional culture to perfectly express the sounds of the Korean language Crafted by some of the leading scholars of the age, including the brilliant King Sejong the Great, the alphabet ha Hangeul, the indigenous writing system of the Korea, was promulgated in 1446 It is an ingenious system that utilizes modern and scientific linguistic theories and principles of Korean traditional culture to perfectly express the sounds of the Korean language Crafted by some of the leading scholars of the age, including the brilliant King Sejong the Great, the alphabet has been widely lauded by scholars the world over for its advanced phonetic system and ease of use Noted linguist Geoffrey Sampson, in his work Writing Systems A Linguistic Introduction, even went as far as to say, Whether or not it is ultimately the best of all conceivable scripts for Korean, Hangeul must unquestionably rank as one of the great intellectual achievements of humankind This work examines the unique characteristics of the Hangeul writing system and its impact on Korean society The first chapter looks at why Hangeul is regarded by so many scholars as the world s preeminent writing system The second chapter looks at the structure of the alphabet, examining the linguistic and philosophical concepts that underlie the system The third chapter explains the historical process by which Hangeul was invented, while the fourth chapter provides an in depth look at King Sejong the Great, the monarch widely credited with the creation of the writing system The fifth chapter canvasses the subsequent development of the alphabet over the ensuing centuries and its impact on Korean culture and society, while the sixth chapter looks at how Hangeul has helped promote the use of information technology in Korea The final chapter looks at how Hangeul inspires Korean culture and arts, including genres such as fashion and dance Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 100 pages Published September 30th 2011 by Seoul Selection USA, Inc first published August 1st 2010 More Details ISBN 8991913695 ISBN13 9788991913691 Edition Language English Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Hangeul, please sign up
Be the first to ask a question about HangeulLists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 34 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jul 29, 2017 Vasso rated it it was ok Highly repetitive it s a collection of magazine articles Also, I would have liked to see a bit description of the structure of the alphabet, its letters and their use, rather than the history of it I bought this not knowing much about the alphabet, but with a strong desire to learn I am disappointed, I feel I did not really learn anything new after finishing this book flag Like see review Dec 14, 2014 Sydney Bender rated it liked it This book serves as a good introduction to the past, present and future of the Korean alphabet Hangeul However, the book is a compilation of magazine articles, evident in the redundancy of certain facts, and the awkward insertion of in depth information made the reading a bit harder to following flag Like see review Jul 29, 2014 Joosung Kwon rated it it was amazing A great introduction to the unique formation, history and merits of this formidable written language flag Like see review Muhamad Aaden rated it it was amazing Aug 19, 2014 WishingTree rated it liked it Jan 02, 2017 Kenji rated it really liked it Sep 13, 2018 Seoul Selection rated it really liked it Jun 11, 2013 Bec rated it liked it Mar 20, 2016 Andy rated it liked it Jan 25, 2018 Teresa rated it it was amazing Sep 26, 2013 Tamara rated it really liked it Oct 16, 2013 Diana rated it really liked it Jun 10, 2014 Jin added it Sep 02, 2010 Tyler added it Mar 27, 2011 Jane Francis marked it as to read Oct 14, 2013 Anacita Mirador added it Nov 03, 2013 Lilly added it Dec 08, 2013 Cyrille Jean added it Dec 31, 2013 Anu marked it as to read Jan 07, 2014 Tim added it May 06, 2014 Malhari marked it as to read Jul 17, 2014 Nuur Shaazwal marked it as to read Aug 10, 2014 marked it as to read Nov 04, 2014 Radostina Savcheva marked it as to read Nov 13, 2014 Sveu ili na Knji nica Rijeka added it Jun 05, 2015 Tasie added it Dec 29, 2015 D nnis added it Feb 04, 2017 Duygu marked it as to read Jul 28, 2017 Suzanne is currently reading it Sep 17, 2017 Amanda marked it as to read Feb 06, 2018 becky added it Mar 14, 2018 Molly is currently reading it May 22, 2018 Lance added it Jun 10, 2018 Luiz Gustavo Givisiez marked it as to read Oct 09, 2018 new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates About Robert Koehler Robert Koehler 4 followers Books by Robert Koehler More Trivia About Hangeul Koreas No trivia or quizzes yet Add some now renderRatingGraph 3, 4, 4, 1, 0 if rating_details rating_detailssert top rating_graph Company About us Careers Terms Privacy Help Work with us Authors Advertise Authors ads blog API Connect 2019 , Inc Mobile version
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Official Site of Korea Tourism Org VisitKorea About Hangeul, one of the most unique creations of the nation, was introduced in by King Sejong r , the th king of the Joseon Dynasty. Hangul The Korean alphabet, known as Hangul h n u l HAHN gool from Korean , Korean pronunciation ha n l , has been used to write the Korean language since its creation in the th century by King Sejong the Great It may also be written as Hangeul following the standard Romanization. It is the official writing system of Korea, both South and North. Seoul City Walking Tours Visit Seoul The Official Hangeul oriented streets full of stories about Hangeul, the unique Korean alphabet. Korean Art South Korea Antiques, Arts and Crafts Awaken your curiosity about Korea with Antique Alive Here you can experience the unique culture of this wondrous country Read about magnificent Korean master artisans Doing business in South Korea PKF International Legal System The South Korean legal system effectively dates from the introduction of the original Constitution of the Republic of Korea and the organization of South CJ CGV CJ CGV Hangeul CJ CGV is the largest multiplex cinema chain in South Korea and also has branches in China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Turkey, Vietnam, and the United States The fifth largest multiplex theater company in the world, CJ CGV currently operates , screens at locations in seven countries, including , screens at locations in South Korea. Learn Korean Korea The official website of the Sejong Student Invitation Program Every October, in time for Hangeul Day, October , which commemorates the creation and proclamation of the Hangeul alphabet, outstanding KSI students from around the world are invited to Korea for a week long visit. Going to Korea Cultural Differences to Prepare For The Korean people have a history going back millennia They have lived on the same peninsula since at least BC, suffering wars, invasions, occupations, dictators, and revolutions. How similar different are Chinese Mandarin , Japanese Spoken languages Mandarin Chinese has a softer sound and rhythm than the others, in my opinion You ll hear the sounds zh and x used often, which don t exist in Japanese or Korean They also have an f sound that doesn t exist in Japanese or Official Site of Korea Tourism Org VisitKorea About Koreans have the unique characteristic of lyrical sensibility, using music to express their emotions Traditional Korean music can be divided into music listened to by the royal family and by the commoners, each differing greatly in style.
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