The present Doodle, represented by South Korea-based artist Jisu Choi, honors Korea’s Hangul Day (한글날).
One of the world’s just official occasions committed to a composing framework, Hangul Day commends the creation of Korea’s letter set known as Hangul.
The Hangul letter set was first uncovered in 1446 by the Choson tradition’s King Sejong. Over 500 years after the fact, it is as yet thought to be an astounding accomplishment, even by present day phonetic principles.
The 24 letter set remains the main composing framework on the planet that isolates sentences into words, syllables, singular sounds, and components of explanation like exhalation or voicing.
Notwithstanding its modern portrayal of complex communicated in language, the composing framework is noted for its style and effortlessness; actually, it’s said that a devoted apprentice could learn Hangul in only a couple of hours!