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I noticed on a texture I found there was this (what I presume is a) Korean character. For a while, this was what I was looking for:

I managed to find a better picture:

Although still not super clear. I did find this but to me it looks like a totally different character:

Either way, from what I figured out, the character I think is made up of , , (at least in the first two images) however I don't know how these "go together" to make the character. I have looked at the Wikipedia which shows how characters will be ordered and so on and I just haven't been able to figure it out.

Would anyone mind shedding some light on this character?

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  • Try rotating it 180° – sbkgs4686 Jul 27 '20 at 23:36
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    That is 일. If it is the only character there, it means one, work, day, the sun, etc. – Klmo Jul 28 '20 at 3:18
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    The first and seconds ones are correct (일), just upside down. The third one sort of looks like a combination of Korean characters but is not an actual character. – user17915 Jul 28 '20 at 4:23
  • Sorry for the slow reply it wasn't showing I had any comments. Would there be any reason for it being rotated 180°? – DreamingInsanity Jul 30 '20 at 8:50
  • Is it wallpaper or something else? Are there any other characters following 일? – Klmo Jul 30 '20 at 16:01
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일 would be the character that is upside down. However, I don't know if that word is the right word because the photo on the bottom looks a bit different than the second photo. It may be a Chinese character but the first and second photo is definitely 일 upside down which means work or day

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