Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> 2) Is it true that hanja have been abolished in North Korea? When did this
They were abolished in the sense that the schools ceased to teach them. This
decision has recently (last 2 years or so) been reversed, however.
> 3) How often are hanja used today, however? (All the Korean web pages I come
> across are totally in hangul, including
I believe they are still common in newspaper headlines, because of the greater
degree of compression they permit.
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