I have some questions about the usage of hanja (Chinese characters) in
1) Is it correct to say that hanja are only used for words derived from
Chinese, and never for genuninely Korean words?
2) Is it true that hanja have been abolished in North Korea? When did this
3) How often are hanja used today, however? (All the Korean web pages I come
across are totally in hangul, including
4) How do Koreans input hanja on computers?
(P.S.: I hope cross posting is not forbidden in these two mailing lists.)
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