Hangeul (\ud55c\uae00, the Korean alphabet) consists of forty letters. Twenty-one
of these represent vowels (including thirteen diphthongs), and nineteen
represent consonants. Twenty-four are basic, while the others are
All symbols of Hangeul are written from top to bottom and from left to right. The order of he strokes is as illustrated below. Strokes are never interrupted, not even when they change direction halfway.
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