[GGilbo] “Hangeul, Who Can Speak It in the Most Elegant Way?”
Shincheonji Daejeon Church organized the event,
‘Searching for the Correct Korean language’
Shincheonji Daejeon Church held an event for the citizens to remember the value of Hangeul through various programs, such as spelling tests and Tetris that was made with consonants of Hangeul around Rodeo Town street, Tanbang-dong Seugu Daejeon.
Daejeon Church of Shincheonji Church of Jesus the temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony (hereafter Shincheonji Deajeon Church) held an event called ‘Searching for the correct Korean language’ on Oct. 8 celebrating Hangeul Day around Rodeo Town Street, Tanbang-dong Suegu.
The event let the people know how to use Hangeul correctly and its importance, celebrating the 572nd anniversary id Hangeul Day on October 9th.
The citizen remembered the precious value of Hangeul by participating in different kinds of programs such as spelling tests and Tetris that was made with consonants of Hangeul.
One of the participants said, “These days, people use slangs and speak in shortened forms instead of the words as they are. I feel Hangeul has been tainted. I appreciate the Great King Sejong who created Hangeul, and celebrating Hangeul Day makes me want to use Hangeul correctly.”
One of the Shincheonji Daejeon Church members replied, “I hope we all use Hangeul correctly to preserve Korean language and pass it down to our descendants. As the Great King Sejong created Hangeul for the people he loves with hopes they would make use of it properly, Shincheonji people will help Christians realize the true meaning of Bible given by God.
Shincheinji Daejeon Church acts as light and salt that we absolutely need in the community with consistent volunteering and hosting events for Korean Peninsula’s reunification.
Meanwhile, Hangeul Day is celebrated on October 9th to commemorate the day when ‘the Hunminjeongum’ was invented and officially promulgated the ‘Teaching the people the proper sound.’ It was also invented for the people who could not read Chinese characters at that time.