Now Hangul Day is celebrating every October of 9th in Korea.
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The Classical Chinese (Hanzi/Hanja) of the Hunminjeongeum has been partly translated into Middle Korean. This translation is found together with Worinseokbo, and is called the Hunminjeongeum Eonhaebon.
"Because the speech of this country is different from that of China, it [the spoken language] does not match the [Chinese] letters. Therefore, even if the ignorant want to communicate, many of them in the end cannot state their concerns. Saddened by this, I have [had] 28 letters newly made. It is my wish that every man may easily learn these letters and that [they] be convenient for daily use"Classical Chinese (original) :
Mix of Hanja (Classical Chinese) and Hangul (Eonhaebon) :
Credit of attachment of Hunminjeongeum (Classical Chinese, Hanja and Hangul, Hangul) are from wikipedia.