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Ibolya Horvath
by Jeremy Thompson
published on 15 January 2021

Hunmin Jeongeum (Explanations and Examples of Correct Sounds to Instruct the People) on the Korean language's native alphabet, the Hangul, developed by Sejong the Great (1418-1450 CE) in 1443 CE and published in 1446 CE.

The Story of King Sejong Museum, Gwanghwamun Plaza, Seoul, South Korea.

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Thompson, J. (2021, January 15). Hunmin Jeongeum. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from

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