Basic hanja for educational use
|Basic hanja for educational use|
|Revised Romanization||hanmun(-)gyoyugyong gicho hanja|
|McCune–Reischauer||hanmun'gyoyugyong kich'o hancha|
Hanmun gyoyukyong gicho hanja (lit. "basic hanja for educational use") are a subset of hanja defined in 1972 by a South Korean standard for educational use. 900 characters are expected to be learnt by middle school students and a further 900 at high school.
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