The Korean Writing SystemSyllablesNounsPredicatesFormal and Informal SpeechPre-Final and Final EndingsSpeech LevelAdding ㅓ or ㅏ to a predicate stemAdding 으 to predicates stemsThe Deferential Speech LevelThe Intimate Speech LevelThe Polite Speech LevelThe Plain Speech LevelIrregular PredicatesThe Subject Particle 가 and 이The object particle 를 and 을The Topic Particle 는 and 은Forming a Sentence이다 and 아니다있다 and 없다NegationPast TensePredicates as ModifiersDeterminersBound NounsDesireNumbersCountersQuestionsThe Particle 에

The Korean Writing System

The modern Korean writing system is called  in South Korea while the name is in North Korea. The writing system was introduced and promoted in 1446 CE by Sejong the Great. The original name was . Prior to the widespread usage of 한글, , a system composed of Chinese characters was used to write Korean language.
Below are the consonants and their corresponding names
Below are the vowels whose names are represented by their respective sounds
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