THE HANGUL AND PERSIAN CHARACTERS
The Korean language is classified as a member of the Ural-Altaic family (other members of this family include the Mongolian, Finnish, and Hungarian languages.)
The Han-gul (meaning ‘Korean language’).
It originally contained 28 symbols, although 4 have dropped out of use.
(The alphabet has 10 vowels and 14 consonants.)
|The Hangul Characters|
Persian alphabet has 32 letters (other members of this family include the Arabic and Ordu languages.) and is written from right to left.
Therefore, memorizing at most 64 visual icons is sufficient to read and write Persian sentences.
|The Persian Characters|
Each letter may have two different shapes based on its appearance in the middle or end of a word.