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Bucheon, South Korea, 1976 by Kim Ki-Chan

Bucheon, South Korea, 1976 by Kim Ki-Chan

Korean Traditional Costume (TOP) | Jeogori                                                                                                                                                      More

Korean Traditional Costume (TOP) | Jeogori More

Korean Traditional Pattern design

Korean Traditional Pattern design

Archers of the Chosen or Korean Empire

Archers of the Chosen or Korean Empire

사용자 삽입 이미지

사용자 삽입 이미지

works, 디자이너 안병국 : 네이버 블로그

works, 디자이너 안병국 : 네이버 블로그


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Korean Language feature; Cereal Magazine Volume 2: sweet potato

Korean Language feature; Cereal Magazine Volume 2: sweet potato

1. What do women throw at the face of others when upset in kdramas? 물 2. What do you pour on your cereal? 우유

1. What do women throw at the face of others when upset in kdramas? 물 2. What do you pour on your cereal? 우유

Hangul Design Short Sleeve T-Shirt (Tyrannosaurus Pattern)

Hangul Design Short Sleeve T-Shirt (Tyrannosaurus Pattern)

사랑 (sarang, love) Korean Hangul earrings by http://okitokki.com

Korean Hangul Earrings Sarang (Love) Ivory

사랑 (sarang, love) Korean Hangul earrings by http://okitokki.com

Hangul sweater...not that I don't already come off as a massive koreaboo already.

Hangul sweater...not that I don't already come off as a massive koreaboo already.

trendwanted on tumblr

trendwanted on tumblr

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Korean

What will Koreans offer you, a guest, the first time you enter their homes? 차.

What will Koreans offer you, a guest, the first time you enter their homes? 차.

postcard project - 영상/모션그래픽 · 포토그래피, 영상/모션그래픽, 포토그래피, 디지털 아트, 포토그래피

postcard project - 영상/모션그래픽 · 포토그래피, 영상/모션그래픽, 포토그래피, 디지털 아트, 포토그래피

Korean vowels by Song Ki-chul (한글 모음 ㅏㅑㅓㅕㅗㅛㅜㅠㅡㅣ). The vowels are based on three universal principles, including the sky (•), earth (ㅡ), and person (ㅣ); these three factors are used alone as well as in combination with created features of vowels. "•" was modeled after the roundness of the universe; "ㅡ" after the flatness of the earth; and "ㅣ", the feature of a standing person. These three factors are used alone or together and create vowels.

Korean vowels by Song Ki-chul (한글 모음 ㅏㅑㅓㅕㅗㅛㅜㅠㅡㅣ). The vowels are based on three universal principles, including the sky (•), earth (ㅡ), and person (ㅣ); these three factors are used alone as well as in combination with created features of vowels. "•" was modeled after the roundness of the universe; "ㅡ" after the flatness of the earth; and "ㅣ", the feature of a standing person. These three factors are used alone or together and create vowels.

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