Hangul Day (한글날) is a national Holiday in Korea marking the invention and proclamation of Hangul (한글), the Korean alphabet, by the 15th century Korean King Sejong the Great. It is celebrated each year on 9th October.
Hangul, the Korean alphabet, arguably is easy to learn. Compared to other writing systems, Hangul is infinitely manageable and straightforward. Modern Hangul orthography uses 24 basic letters: 14 consonant letters and 10 vowel letters.
With Hangul day falling on a Sunday this year, please note that the KCCUK will be closed on Monday 10th October (substitute day) 2022. The KCCUK will reopen as normal on Tuesday 11th October.
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