@dotorii_muk
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a month ago
On Hangul Day, Koreans celebrate the invention of our alphabet, in 1443 when based King Sejong created an easy-to-learn alternative to Chinese characters and thereby improved the literacy of the working class.
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@dotorii_muk
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a month ago
Working class Korean diaspora who don't know how to read/write Korean, let this be the encouragement that this alphabet was made for us and it's never too late to start learning to use itโค๏ธ
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@filipgwriting
Filip Guo
a month ago
@dotorii_muk Cool! Anywhere folks can go to learn more about this event?
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@Replacemat
Replaceme
a month ago
@dotorii_muk His military and diplomatic campaign in the north be it intentional or not ended up being very significant centuries later.
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@pbcartikorea
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a month ago
@dotorii_muk my mom would always praise king sejong and his contributions when i was little
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@sadarlo1
Sharon Adarlo
a month ago
@dotorii_muk Based king
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@sadarlo1
Sharon Adarlo
a month ago
@dotorii_muk Since I can read Japanese, I guess I can pick up Hangul pretty quickly?
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