From: William J Poser (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 24 2009 - 14:29:17 CDT
Basically, the decomposition of Hangul syllables is into the letters
of the alphabet in the peculiar Unicode sense, where orthographic
codas are not written with the usual consonants but with a distinct
set of characters, some of which represent orthographic clusters.
Thus an orthographic syllable like talk decomposes into t-a-LK
rather than t-a-l-k, where LK has its own formal character.
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