Happy Hangeul Day 2013!

October 9th is 한글날 (Hangeul Day), the day that Hangeul was proclaimed and announced to the public in 1446 by King Sejong. To celebrate Hangeul Day, we decided to do something different from usual this year, and go out to the streets and interview some citizens of Seoul. The question we posed to them was “What would it be like to have to read Korean sentences without using Hangeul. Take a look at the video above. Hope you enjoy watching it!


  • Hey, thanks so much for the hard work in teaching us Korean language and keeping us posted about Korean culture.
    Please, are there some DVDs or booklets you may have that we can use in learning more about the Korean culture and languages. My concern is simply because most of us in Uganda-East Africa find it costly to use the Internet most of the time as it has got higher related costs.

    Keep in touch, with love for the K-Culture.

    Cheers

    Ismail

  • Hangeul is a major breakthrough in history!
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