The Daejeon Hanbat Library is holding an exhibition of "Our writing Hangul" until October 27 to promote interest in Korean writing and its excellence in commemoration of Hangeul Day in the exhibition room on the first floor of the main building.
The exhibition displays 10 personal data of library users interested in Hangeul, 31 Korean textbooks where visitors can see the history of textbook changes, and 32 library collections.
In addition, there are various programs prepared so that you can experience them in person, not just an exhibition that you can see with your eyes.
You can also experience the excellence of Hangeul directly through various programs such as completing sentences by combining consonants and vowels, making various shapes with Hangul blocks, guessing letters with basic Hangul syllables, and matching Hangeul with sound.
To help viewers understand, a video that can easily understand the principles of Hangeul will also be screened in cooperation with the National Hangeul Museum and the Korea Foundation for Cultural Heritage.
Kim Hye-jeong, director of the Hanbat Library, said, "It will be a useful time to visit the exhibition with your family, hoping that it will be a time to think about the importance and greatness of Hangeul."