Fan of Hangul, the Korean characters? Check this out!

Hangul is a writing system that is one of the most phonologically faithful in the world. You almost always see what you pronounce. Each glyph in Hangul is a syllabic block. Google created this site showcase the Korean typefaces that they have and how they can be flexibly applied to web design. A lens guide you through each glyph revealing Adobe Illustrator-like anchor-points-and-stroke structure. All the fonts there are open sourced and available through Github.

I learned about this from the Weekly Typographic podcast made by The League of Movable Type. Unfortunately, they have discontinued making these podcasts, but the past episodes and newsletters still worth to be checked out.

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