Korea

The Korean alphabet Hangul, which today has become a visual ambassador for Korean culture, was created in 1443 by King Sejong the Great. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Created for the Common Man

Of the 6,000 languages in existence today, only a hundred have their own alphabets. Of these 100, Hangul is the only alphabet made by an individual for which the theory and motives behind its creation have been fully set out…

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Created for the Common Man

Of the 6,000 languages in existence today, only a hundred have their own alphabets. Of these 100, Hangul is the only alphabet made by an individual for which the theory…