The Story of Chinese Characters (0151-0165) When Translated on Korean Pronunciation

Hyeonhi Regina Park, Jiah Anna Kim, Rosa Kim, Alain Hamon, Sohwa Therese Kim, Sangdeog Augustin Kim
2020 South Asian Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
It is already known that the famous book in East Asia, Tcheonzamun (The thousand character essay), can be translated in Korean pronunciation. And the Chinese character can be translated through Korean pronunciation. Therefore, the present researchers tried to find the meaning of the Chinese character through Korean pronunciation. Two Chinese characters (number: 0159 and 0165) were translated in order to know its original meaning, and 15 Chinese characters (0151 -0165) were interpreted in order
more » ... terpreted in order to obtain the appropriate Korean pronunciation itself of the Chinese character. As a result, for most of the 15 Chinese characters, the appropriate Korean pronunciations were obtained well through this method.
doi:10.36346/sarjhss.2020.v02i02.005 fatcat:ktr2czuxojd75b3cfd3o2vmqm4