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They are not. The Chinese languages is written purely in character form. Japanese uses a standard "alphabet" and uses Chinese characters to denote meaning. Korean typically has its own "alphabet" called hangul and Chinese characters are almost never used.
Korean alphabets are called Hangul. Korean people use their own alphabets call Hangul alphabets. These alphabets was introduced under the king Sejong during Dynasty from 1393-1910.
중 (中) Hangul (Hanja)
U-KISS in Hangul is 유키스.
Kibum in Hangul is, 기범.
gyeoul, which is written as 겨울 in hangul
나무 (Na-mu) is the word for 'tree' in Hangul, the Korean Language.
한글 (hangul) Hope this helped :)
The Korean "mianhaeyo" or 미안해요 in the Korean Hangul script is an apology, it translates simply to "sorry" in English.