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Sacgul    Sacgul

The Sacgul alphabet was invented by Kim Godgul in 2007 as an alternative script for Korean and English. It uses 6 colors and 4 geometrical figures in order to make it an easy-to-use and simple script. The syllable blocks are based on his Godgul script. 'Sac' [saek] means 'color' in Korean and 'gul' means 'script, letters, text'.

Notable features

Sacgul alphabet

Sacgul colors and shapes

Sacgul consonants

Sacgul vowels

Sample words

Sample words in the Sacgul alphabet

More information about Kim Godgul's alphabets (in Korean)

Information about Korean | Phrases | Numbers | Colours | Telling the time | Family words | Tongue twisters | Tower of Babel | Articles | Learning materials | Links

Other con-scripts by Kim Godgul

Baal, ColorHoney / ColorTokki, Geup-Simhangul, Godgul, Hal, Rohal, Sacgul

Other alternative scripts for Korean

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