Sisyphe wrote:Thanks a lot for the link - they don't look too difficult - just like Chinese hanzi with a different pronunciation - so I don't think it would hurt to learn them...
Imbecilica wrote:How many Hanja characters were used in the past and do you have a pronunciation for each and every Chinese character or just a portion of them. I'm guessing it's like Vietnamese, how most Chinese characters has a local pronunciation.
lichtrausch wrote:Just wondering but...
Does one ever come across people in the Korean internet who write using Hanja?
Any thread on the infamous Japanese BBS 2ch which has something to do with politics usually brings out some right-winger who will write in Japanese using only traditional Chinese characters. Also a small minority of Japanese websites use only traditional Chinese characters.
noir wrote:Myeong, can you give a link reference? I'm not sure whether there is an "official" lists for each grade like in Japan, and the test is more likely private (though it might very well be recognised.)
Myeong wrote:Sorry, looks like I eluded this reply...noir wrote:Myeong, can you give a link reference? I'm not sure whether there is an "official" lists for each grade like in Japan, and the test is more likely private (though it might very well be recognised.)
I found that on http://www.cyberhanja.com/; more precisely on http://www.cyberhanja.com/hantest2/han-04.htm. I actually don't know how "official" this is, maybe you can tell us about it.
I guess that from your knowledge of Korean, and also Japanese and Chinese, you should know at least the 1800 hanja taught in high school, no?
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