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To be used with questions dealing with the writing or reading of Hangul (한글,) the official writing system of Korea.

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Writing hangul in syllable block form has been the norm since its invention, so in terms of tradition, there is very little drive for it to ever appear in linear form. That is, until the first … , the positioning of these jamo in blocks was a major issue that the typewriters could not solve. From this, there were a few suggestions to make a linear, unravelled form of hangul writing official …
answered Mar 31 '18 by droooze
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to Japanese while you're looking for the opposite, and kana are generally unable to accurately capture the sound of more complex hangul. Be especially wary of following those tables too closely, as you may end up speaking Korean with a Japanese accent. …
answered Dec 20 '17 by droooze