Solomon Islanders to adopt Hangeul to keep spoken language alive

October 11, 2012 by admin
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The inhabitants of the Solomon Islands will adopt Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, to preserve their spoken languages, officials announced on Tuesday.

Two provinces, Guadalcanal and Malaita, which have a population of some 60,000, recently designated Hangeul their official written system to transcribe their spoken languages, the Center for Humanities Information of Seoul National University said.

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Korean Alphabet Hangeul–한글 (Documentary)


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