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Hanʼgŭl Widaehan Muncha Ŭi Tʻansaeng: Hangeul, the Birth of the Great Letters

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Discusses the history and legacy of hangul, Korea's phonemic alphabet, which was initially developed in the 15th century to replace Chinese characters for use by the common people. Hangul is said to have been created by King Sejong, who also established the Chiphyŏnjŏn, an academic research institute and library.
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2009
Clemons (Stacks)