Feb 6, 2010  •  In Fonts, Korean

An Alphabet for Korean-Americans

Suggu is a an alphabet mashup between Hangul (the Korean alphabet) and the Roman alphabet.

This may not be that interesting to my non-Korean readers, but it’s fascinating to people like me who can read both Korean and English. Using the Roman alphabet’s consonants and Hangul’s vowels, Suggu produces some dazzling results, if I do say so myself.

Go check out the website to see how it works, and to download the font!

Via KoreAm.

3 Responses to “An Alphabet for Korean-Americans”

  1. yol:

    Whoa, cool! It’s crazy how it looks like gibberish yet I can read and understand it without any difficulty.

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