Marco Cimarosti wrote:

> > I was wondering whether in Korean hangul is used beside hanja
> > to show their pronunciation, in a way similar to Japanese
> > furigana. If yes, in which occasions is it used (e.g.,
> > children books, rare proper names)?

Richard Ishida wrote:
> And, if so, where is it used wrt the location of the Hanja. Above and sometimes below like in Japanese? Down the right side like bopomofo? Below like sometimes pinyin?

But the only character(s) known to most college-age Korean immigrants to
the US is/are the one(s) used in their names.
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...