Hangeul Day (한글날) is celebrated on October 9, 2013 - the day King Sejong announced Hangeul to the public in 1446. We also want to celebrate this day by writing our blog's name (Oppa-Jjang) in Hangeul (Korean Alphabet). Both of us can read and write Hangeul - although most of the time we can hardly know the meaning. Learning Hangeul is not that difficult, because basically it has a definite shape for the letters - unlike Chinese letters which have different shapes for each word. For those of you who love k-stuffs like we do, it's a great advantage to learn how to read hangeul and understand Korean language. Because then we can understand our oppas better! Below is our selca for Hangeul Day occasion (´・ω・人・ω・`) Plus, we included simple Korean phrases for you to learn.
Lastly, we want to include several phrases that you can probably say to your oppa in Hangeul.
Good day, everyone! 안녕~~!
언제나 너하나만 볼래.
(eonjena neo hanaman bollae)
I will only look at you always.
(BTOB - Monday to Sunday)
내 맘을 알겠니 난 니가 정말 좋은 걸.
(nae mameul algetni nan niga jeongmal joheun geol)
Do you know my heart? I really like you.