Hangul Orthography
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Hangul Orthography
Hangul orthography
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationHangeul matchumbeop
McCune-ReischauerHan'g?l match'ump?p

(Hangeul matchumbeop) refers to the overall rules of writing the Korean language with Hangul. The current orthography was issued and established by Korean Ministry of Culture in 1998. The first of it is Hunminjungeum(?). In everyday conversation, is referred to as .

Korean orthography rule ( ) consists of six chapters, along with appendix.

  • Chapter 1? (General Rule)
  • Chapter 2? (Consonants and Vowels)
  • Chapter 3: ? (About Sounds)
    • Section 1, Chapter 3: (doen-so-ri)
    • Section 2, Chapter 3 (Gu-gae-eum-hwa)
    • Section 3, Chapter 3 ? (Consonant '?' coming at the lower part of a syllable)
    • Section 4, Chapter 3? (Vowels)
    • Section 5, Chapter 3 (Law of Initial Sound of a Syllable)
    • Section 6, Chapter 3? (Sounds Pronounced When Similar Phoneme are Huddled Together)
  • Chapter 4: ? (About Forms)
    • Section 1, Chapter 4: (Che-eon and Josa)
    • Section 2, Chapter 4: (Stem and Ending of Verbs and Adjectives)
    • Section 3, Chapter 4 ? ? (Words Formed by Suffix is Attached to Other Words)
  • Chapter 5 (Spacing Between Words)
    • Section 1, Chapter 5? (josa)
    • Section 2, Chapter 5, ? ? ? ? ? (Bounding Nouns, Nouns *Expressing Units, Enumerating Words, Etc.)
    • Section 3, Chapter 5 (Auxiliary verbs and Adjectives)
    • Section 4, Chapter 5 ? ? (Proper Nouns and Terminology)
  • Chapter 6 ? (Anything Else)
  • Appendix (Punctuation Marks)

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