The present Doodle, shown by South Korea-based craftsman Jisu Choi, honors Korea’s Hangul Day (한글날). One of the world’s just official occasions devoted to a composing framework, Hangul Day praises the creation of Korea’s letters in order known as Hangul.
The Hangul letters in order was first uncovered in 1446 by the Choson line’s King Sejong. Over 500 years after the fact, it is as yet viewed as a noteworthy accomplishment, even by current semantic guidelines. The 24 letter set remains the main composing framework on the planet that isolates sentences into words, syllables, singular sounds, and components of verbalization like exhalation or voicing. Regardless of its refined portrayal of complex communicated in language, the composing framework is noted for its tastefulness and straightforwardness; indeed, it’s said that a devoted learner could learn Hangul in only a couple of hours!
Upbeat Hangul Day!