Who made the Korean language?
Korean was a language that naturally developed on the Korean peninsula. King Saejong the Great was responsible for devising the current Hangeul alphabet for the Korean language. (It previously used the Chinese ideographs -- Hanzi.) Korean is not a created language; it is not Esperanto or Klingon. ...
Why would you study the Korean language?
You could study Korean language because you need to know the language for business or other matters, as a second language, or because you want to know the language of your ancestors, if you are of Korean heritage. ...
Asked in Languages and Cultures, South Korea
What do the Koreans speak?
Koreans speak and write Korean. Korean language rank top 20 widely spoken languages around the world. Korean is spoken by 88 million Koreans living and working around the world. Korean is written in alphabet based language similar to English. Korean language is very scientific and practical language. Korean language contains ( 70 percent native Korean, 30 percent Chinese loanwords written in Korean not Chinese). ...
How to spell shalom in Korean language?
Actually in Korea they use the word "shalom." Among Christians, "shalom" has become a Korean word. In written in Korean alphabet, "샬롬". Some Korean words matches with shalom. If I translate it in another words, "평안" - peaceful rest, will be the nearest one. ...
Asked in Translations
How do you spell in Asian language until next time?
There are many languages spoken in Asia, such as Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Korean, etc. Please choose one of them and ask how to spell the phrase in it. ...