Happy Hangeul Day! October 9th is the day Koreans celebrate their alphabet. It’s one of the best in the world and it’s definitely something to be proud of. Each letter has only one sound so if you really want to learn to read Korean, it only takes a few hours. I learned to read Korean in about 6 months, with practically no studying. I just kind of absorbed it.
I celebrated Hangeul Daywith my awesome Korean tutor. We went to 5 different temples. I learned a lot about the places we visited and a few new Korean words and phrases. One of the highlights of the day was seeing a flock of peacocks at one of the temples. They were so cute and it was such a nice surprise!
These peacocks can be found at 서운암 Seo Un Am Temple near Tongdosa Temple in Yangsan, South Korea.
For more information on the Korean alphabet, you can read this very informative article.
Thanks, Nan! It was a fun day!
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I think that every people should be so proud of its own language.
Amazing pictures! Those peacocks are really gorgeous!