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Dailylettering

 

Dailylettering 하루에한글자

 

I started this lettering exercise about two months ago to draw one Korean letter everyday. It is mostly for me to understand the structures of Korean letterforms better, but also to remind myself to keep moving forward.

It is still on-going. You can follow my Instagram to see more!

 
  Day 1  나 /na/ It means myself; funny how it also looks so much like a lowercase u.

Day 1 나 /na/
It means myself; funny how it also looks so much like a lowercase u.

  Day 2  음 /em/ It means exactly same as "Hmm" in English – the thinking sound 🤔

Day 2 음 /em/
It means exactly same as "Hmm" in English – the thinking sound 🤔

  Day 3  릴 /lil/ Had fun drawing this one with only straight lines 📏

Day 3 릴 /lil/
Had fun drawing this one with only straight lines 📏

  Day 4  숑 /shong/ The sound the rocket makes when it takes off 🚀

Day 4 숑 /shong/
The sound the rocket makes when it takes off 🚀

  Day 5  남 /nam/ Wanted to design this one less geometric and more organic, but it seems a bit off.

Day 5 남 /nam/
Wanted to design this one less geometric and more organic, but it seems a bit off.

  Day 6  쿵 /kung/ It's the sound of something being dropped. Wanted to use lines only for this one, trying to find the most geometric shape it can be while illustrating the sound somehow.

Day 6 쿵 /kung/
It's the sound of something being dropped. Wanted to use lines only for this one, trying to find the most geometric shape it can be while illustrating the sound somehow.

  Day 7  해 /hae/ 해 means ☀️ in Korean. Wanted to make it look like the solar system with less straight lines.

Day 7 해 /hae/
해 means ☀️ in Korean. Wanted to make it look like the solar system with less straight lines.

  Day 8  글 /geul/ 글 means writing in Korean. Played with proportions rather than lines for this one. Exaggerated the ㄱ a lot while keeping the curves and straight lines as they are. 

Day 8 글 /geul/
글 means writing in Korean. Played with proportions rather than lines for this one. Exaggerated the ㄱ a lot while keeping the curves and straight lines as they are. 

  Day 9  쯧 /zzeut/ Here is a big bold 쯧(=tsk), judging you very much right now 😏

Day 9 쯧 /zzeut/
Here is a big bold 쯧(=tsk), judging you very much right now 😏

  Day 10  새 /sae/ 새 means 🐦 in Korean. Was just doodling around, and loved how it turned out. Gonna try to expand this out to entire typeface.

Day 10 새 /sae/
새 means 🐦 in Korean. Was just doodling around, and loved how it turned out. Gonna try to expand this out to entire typeface.

  Day 11  아 /ah/ Here is a little bubbly 아. It is just a sound of "ah", which can express several different feelings depending on the situations. But this one is a high, happy, and excited 아!

Day 11 아 /ah/
Here is a little bubbly 아. It is just a sound of "ah", which can express several different feelings depending on the situations. But this one is a high, happy, and excited 아!

  Day 12  연 /yeun/ 연 means fate in Korean. Played with the idea of "being meant to be" by connecting two separated alphabets ㅕ and ㄴ together. 

Day 12 연 /yeun/
연 means fate in Korean. Played with the idea of "being meant to be" by connecting two separated alphabets ㅕ and ㄴ together. 

  Day 13  어 /uh/ 어 is an informal way of saying "yes" in Korean. This one above is particularly a rude one, that you use when someone just can't stop talking so you have to shut them off. It sounds like "uhhhhhhhhhh", basically just making noise for about 3 seconds. 

Day 13 어 /uh/
어 is an informal way of saying "yes" in Korean. This one above is particularly a rude one, that you use when someone just can't stop talking so you have to shut them off. It sounds like "uhhhhhhhhhh", basically just making noise for about 3 seconds. 

  Day 14  낙 /nak/ 낙 means falling in Korean. Wanted to see if I could use only one shape to draw three different alphabets and still keep them all legible. It worked! Look at the bottom one 'falling' out of the pattern

Day 14 낙 /nak/
낙 means falling in Korean. Wanted to see if I could use only one shape to draw three different alphabets and still keep them all legible. It worked! Look at the bottom one 'falling' out of the pattern

  Day 15  록 /lok/ Here is a leafy 록 🍃, which means green in Korean. Took more of an illustrative approach this time. I feel like it got too literal it sort of loses its storytelling opportunity, but at least worth of exploring!

Day 15 록 /lok/
Here is a leafy 록 🍃, which means green in Korean. Took more of an illustrative approach this time. I feel like it got too literal it sort of loses its storytelling opportunity, but at least worth of exploring!

  Day 16  헬 /hell/ 헬 is 'hell' written in Korean. Just read and watched 1984, so that was the major inspiration for this piece. It's an abstract form of a person kneeling down in a confined space. ㅇ in ㅎ being one's head, a heavy bar is pushing the head down to the bottom with so much pressure. All letters are also touching each other in a tight grid, meaning there is no privacy.

Day 16 헬 /hell/
헬 is 'hell' written in Korean. Just read and watched 1984, so that was the major inspiration for this piece. It's an abstract form of a person kneeling down in a confined space. ㅇ in ㅎ being one's head, a heavy bar is pushing the head down to the bottom with so much pressure. All letters are also touching each other in a tight grid, meaning there is no privacy.

  Day 17  술 /sool/ 술 means alcoholic drinks in Korean. Hope it is obvious what I did here 🙃 Happy Saturday 🍻

Day 17 술 /sool/
술 means alcoholic drinks in Korean. Hope it is obvious what I did here 🙃 Happy Saturday 🍻

  Day 18  잠 /jahm/ 잠 means sleeping in Korean. Turned the bottom alphabet ㅁ into a blanket so 자 can sleep with it 😴

Day 18 잠 /jahm/
잠 means sleeping in Korean. Turned the bottom alphabet ㅁ into a blanket so 자 can sleep with it 😴

  Day 19  김 /kim/ My last name is 김, just like so many other Koreans. But since English doesn't have the sound of ㄱ, it gets spelled as Kim(킴) with K. Sometimes I wonder if 김나영(my name spelled in Korean) and Nayo Kim(my name spelled in English and cut in half) are really the same person.

Day 19 김 /kim/
My last name is 김, just like so many other Koreans. But since English doesn't have the sound of ㄱ, it gets spelled as Kim(킴) with K. Sometimes I wonder if 김나영(my name spelled in Korean) and Nayo Kim(my name spelled in English and cut in half) are really the same person.

  Day 20  쇼 /show/ 쑈 is 'show' written in Korean. So I built a little circus tent 🎪

Day 20 쇼 /show/
쑈 is 'show' written in Korean. So I built a little circus tent 🎪

  Day 21  통 /tong/ 통 mean 'through' in Korean. Had the middle alphabet ㅗ go through other alphabets. Lost a bit of legibility there, but I like how it holds all three alphabets together tighter - it kind of looks like a logo!

Day 21 통 /tong/
통 mean 'through' in Korean. Had the middle alphabet ㅗ go through other alphabets. Lost a bit of legibility there, but I like how it holds all three alphabets together tighter - it kind of looks like a logo!

  Day 22  손 /son/ Here is 손(=hand) that's made of fingers. This is probably the most illustrative one so far. Not sure if I like it or not - or I should like it or not - since it becomes more of letters to see instead of letters to read. What is this, illustration or type?

Day 22 손 /son/
Here is 손(=hand) that's made of fingers. This is probably the most illustrative one so far. Not sure if I like it or not - or I should like it or not - since it becomes more of letters to see instead of letters to read. What is this, illustration or type?

  Day 23  후 /hoo/ 후 is a sound of blowing air. The clouds were about to turn into Audi, but now it has become a fat golden snitch 🤔

Day 23 후 /hoo/
후 is a sound of blowing air. The clouds were about to turn into Audi, but now it has become a fat golden snitch 🤔

  Day 24  뭐 /muau/ Here is a two and a half dimensional 뭐, meaning 'what' in Korean. Practicing using some solid shapes instead of lines.

Day 24 뭐 /muau/
Here is a two and a half dimensional 뭐, meaning 'what' in Korean. Practicing using some solid shapes instead of lines.

  Day 25  잽 /jab/ 잽 is 'jab' written in Korean. Went to kickboxing for the first time this morning, and my entire body is still aching. Should've been working out more often...

Day 25 잽 /jab/
잽 is 'jab' written in Korean. Went to kickboxing for the first time this morning, and my entire body is still aching. Should've been working out more often...

  Day 26  응 /eung/ 응 is an informal way of saying yes in Korean. The letter is already in a very simple form, but I just wanted to take it to the extreme level with the solidest circles and the thinnest line.

Day 26 응 /eung/
응 is an informal way of saying yes in Korean. The letter is already in a very simple form, but I just wanted to take it to the extreme level with the solidest circles and the thinnest line.

  Day 27  트 /teu/ Actually 트 doesn't really mean anything by itself. This was more of my attempt to make a simple letter even simpler while keeping it legible.

Day 27 트 /teu/
Actually 트 doesn't really mean anything by itself. This was more of my attempt to make a simple letter even simpler while keeping it legible.

  Day 28  왜 /wae/ 왜 means why in Korean. Wanted to somehow integrate the exclamation mark with the letter so it can be read as if it's shouting.

Day 28 왜 /wae/
왜 means why in Korean. Wanted to somehow integrate the exclamation mark with the letter so it can be read as if it's shouting.

  Day 29  야 /yah/ This is 야, meaning 'hey!' in Korean. Somehow it also totally looks like 'of' 😜

Day 29 야 /yah/
This is 야, meaning 'hey!' in Korean. Somehow it also totally looks like 'of' 😜

  Day 30  몰 /mol/ 몰 is the first syllable of a word 몰라, which means unaware in Korean. Just thought that lots of things in life were in dashed line with no certainty, even if it looked solid.

Day 30 몰 /mol/
몰 is the first syllable of a word 몰라, which means unaware in Korean. Just thought that lots of things in life were in dashed line with no certainty, even if it looked solid.

  Day 31  와 /wah/ 와 means and in Korean. Wanted to make it look like an ampersand at the same time. 

Day 31 와 /wah/
와 means and in Korean. Wanted to make it look like an ampersand at the same time. 

  Day 32  블 /bl/ This is 블, the first syllable of a word 'black' written in Korean. Just watched Black Mirror, and was quite frightened how everything could be controlled by a few buttons and swipes.

Day 32 블 /bl/
This is 블, the first syllable of a word 'black' written in Korean. Just watched Black Mirror, and was quite frightened how everything could be controlled by a few buttons and swipes.

  Day 33  멈 /muhm/ 멈 is the first syllable of a word 멈춤, which means stop in Korean. It's made of stop buttons ⏹ and a broken X. A number of terrible things have been happening in the world lately. My heart and prayers go out to victims of Las Vegas shooting and their families and friends. Let's stop this madness. Let's stop this hatred.

Day 33 멈 /muhm/
멈 is the first syllable of a word 멈춤, which means stop in Korean. It's made of stop buttons ⏹ and a broken X. A number of terrible things have been happening in the world lately. My heart and prayers go out to victims of Las Vegas shooting and their families and friends. Let's stop this madness. Let's stop this hatred.

  Day 34  원 /won/ 원 can mean lots of different things. I was particularly thinking of the meaning 'place' or 'dimension' for this one. Wanted to give it a sense of depth, sort of an abstract shape of a building or even a neon sign, rather than a flat graphic.

Day 34 원 /won/
원 can mean lots of different things. I was particularly thinking of the meaning 'place' or 'dimension' for this one. Wanted to give it a sense of depth, sort of an abstract shape of a building or even a neon sign, rather than a flat graphic.

  Day 35  시 /si/ 시 means time in Korean. ⏱ Was being a Cinderella and rushing to finish this by midnight after a long day. Not super liking it but time was just ticking away 😕

Day 35 시 /si/
시 means time in Korean. ⏱ Was being a Cinderella and rushing to finish this by midnight after a long day. Not super liking it but time was just ticking away 😕

  Day 36  병 /byung/ 병 means sickness 🤒, or bottles in Korean. Tried to combine both in one drawing with a little red cross on a bottle.

Day 36 병 /byung/
병 means sickness 🤒, or bottles in Korean. Tried to combine both in one drawing with a little red cross on a bottle.

  Day 37  길 /gil/ 길 means way, road, or street in Korean. So here is a maze, where you must decide where/how to go every corner without knowing what's going to come up. Realizing everyday how everything we do is a solid choice.

Day 37 길 /gil/
길 means way, road, or street in Korean. So here is a maze, where you must decide where/how to go every corner without knowing what's going to come up. Realizing everyday how everything we do is a solid choice.

  Day 38  무 /mu/ 무 means nothing in Korean. Feeling like a 1x1px little square on the giant artboard. 

Day 38 무 /mu/
무 means nothing in Korean. Feeling like a 1x1px little square on the giant artboard. 

  Day 39  딥 /deep/ 딥 is 'deep' written in Korean. No matter how deep the water is, it is always intimidating to look down when standing on the diving board.

Day 39 딥 /deep/
딥 is 'deep' written in Korean. No matter how deep the water is, it is always intimidating to look down when standing on the diving board.

  Day 40  훈 /hoon/ Today is 한글날, Hangul(Korean language) Day in Korea! 🙌 571 years ago today, Hangul was officially promulgated by King Sejong. Over the years there have been some changes, but most of the characters remain pretty similar. 훈 is the first syllable of the word 훈민정음(Hunminjeongeum), the original name of Hangul as well as the title of the script published for it, meaning 'teaching the people the proper sounds'. Here I wanted to mimic how it looked like back then. 

Day 40 훈 /hoon/
Today is 한글날, Hangul(Korean language) Day in Korea! 🙌 571 years ago today, Hangul was officially promulgated by King Sejong. Over the years there have been some changes, but most of the characters remain pretty similar. 훈 is the first syllable of the word 훈민정음(Hunminjeongeum), the original name of Hangul as well as the title of the script published for it, meaning 'teaching the people the proper sounds'. Here I wanted to mimic how it looked like back then. 

  Day 41  빛 /bit/ 빛 mean light in Korean. 💡 Have been 'illustrating' too literally these days, I just realized while looking at all the previous posts. Time for some changes!

Day 41 빛 /bit/
빛 mean light in Korean. 💡 Have been 'illustrating' too literally these days, I just realized while looking at all the previous posts. Time for some changes!

  Day 42  작 /jak/ 작 means small in Korean. And this is a small, anyhow drawn letter 작, not ready to be filled yet. It doesn't even know how to balance on its own yet.

Day 42 작 /jak/
작 means small in Korean. And this is a small, anyhow drawn letter 작, not ready to be filled yet. It doesn't even know how to balance on its own yet.

  Day 43  남 /nam/ 남 means 'stranger' in Korean. Right after making my promise to focus on non-illustrative approach, here I am drawing a little boat 😜 Anyway, just wanted to portray how people come and go like a boat on water. Friends become strangers and strangers become friends in this sea of people.

Day 43 남 /nam/
남 means 'stranger' in Korean. Right after making my promise to focus on non-illustrative approach, here I am drawing a little boat 😜 Anyway, just wanted to portray how people come and go like a boat on water. Friends become strangers and strangers become friends in this sea of people.

  Day 44  왓 /what/ 왓 is 'what' written in Korean. Lots of questions to be answered these days 🤔💭

Day 44 왓 /what/
왓 is 'what' written in Korean. Lots of questions to be answered these days 🤔💭

  Day 45  석 /seok/ 석 means stone in Korean. It is made of three gemstones in cut and polished form 💎

Day 45 석 /seok/
석 means stone in Korean. It is made of three gemstones in cut and polished form 💎

  Day 46  없 /ub/ 없 means none in Korean. None of the four alphabets ㅇ,ㅓ,ㅂ, and ㅅ are in a complete form, all broken and cut in half, but eventually make the letter 없 legible.

Day 46 없 /ub/
없 means none in Korean. None of the four alphabets ㅇ,ㅓ,ㅂ, and ㅅ are in a complete form, all broken and cut in half, but eventually make the letter 없 legible.

  Day 47  평 /pyung/ 평 is the first syllable of a word '평화', meaning peace in Korean. I wish this world is a place where peace is always the key to every door. I wish this world is a place where peace can unlock every closed mind. I wish this world is a place where everyone is given a key to peace without having to fight for it. 🔐 Sending my love and prayers to the victims and families of Mogadishu bomb attacks in Somalia.

Day 47 평 /pyung/
평 is the first syllable of a word '평화', meaning peace in Korean. I wish this world is a place where peace is always the key to every door. I wish this world is a place where peace can unlock every closed mind. I wish this world is a place where everyone is given a key to peace without having to fight for it. 🔐 Sending my love and prayers to the victims and families of Mogadishu bomb attacks in Somalia.

  Day 48  낫 /not/ 낫 is 'not' written in Korean. There is neither a structure, nor a concept for this one. Did  not  plan anything today. This is  not  quite working and I am  not  quite proud 😶

Day 48 낫 /not/
낫 is 'not' written in Korean. There is neither a structure, nor a concept for this one. Did not plan anything today. This is not quite working and I am not quite proud 😶

  Day 49  같 /got/ 같 means same, like, or together in Korean. Just watched Ai Weiwei's new film 'Human Flow" last night, a documentary about the global refugee crisis. It was one of the most powerful, heartbreaking, and also beautiful movies I've ever watched. There was a scene where he was interviewing the princess of Jordan, and there she said, "it is very dangerous when we become more immune to people who are suffering." We shouldn't forget we are all from the same soil. We are not any better than them to deserve all of the privileges given to us.

Day 49 같 /got/
같 means same, like, or together in Korean. Just watched Ai Weiwei's new film 'Human Flow" last night, a documentary about the global refugee crisis. It was one of the most powerful, heartbreaking, and also beautiful movies I've ever watched. There was a scene where he was interviewing the princess of Jordan, and there she said, "it is very dangerous when we become more immune to people who are suffering." We shouldn't forget we are all from the same soil. We are not any better than them to deserve all of the privileges given to us.

  Day 50  하 /ha/ 하 is 'ha' written in Korean. May there be lots of laughters for everyone in November! 😁

Day 50 하 /ha/
하 is 'ha' written in Korean. May there be lots of laughters for everyone in November! 😁

  Day 51  요 /yo/ Made a letter 요 /yo/, and accidentally made another letter to make a word 요기, a kiddy way of saying 'here' in Korean. This could be a great start for a fun display typeface!

Day 51 요 /yo/
Made a letter 요 /yo/, and accidentally made another letter to make a word 요기, a kiddy way of saying 'here' in Korean. This could be a great start for a fun display typeface!

  Day 52  뉴 /new/ 뉴 is 'new' written in Korean. Tried putting it in a circle like a notification sign for apps. ⚫️  Sometimes we need to put a period to start a new sentence.

Day 52 뉴 /new/
뉴 is 'new' written in Korean. Tried putting it in a circle like a notification sign for apps. ⚫️  Sometimes we need to put a period to start a new sentence.

  Day 53  일 /il/ 일 means work or Sunday - ironically. This entire week has been quite crazy. But happy Sunday, everyone!

Day 53 일 /il/
일 means work or Sunday - ironically. This entire week has been quite crazy. But happy Sunday, everyone!

  Day 54  좌 /jauh/ 좌 means sitting in Korean. So here is a little chair.

Day 54 좌 /jauh/
좌 means sitting in Korean. So here is a little chair.

  Day 55  악 /ak/ 악 is a sound of screaming in Korean. Just have lots of things to do and deal with these days 😱 POWER MODE 🔥

Day 55 악 /ak/
악 is a sound of screaming in Korean. Just have lots of things to do and deal with these days 😱 POWER MODE 🔥

  Day 56  놉 /nope/ 놉 is 'nope' written in Korean. 👆🏻ah ah 👆🏻 had fun gif-ing this one! 

Day 56 놉 /nope/
놉 is 'nope' written in Korean. 👆🏻ah ah 👆🏻 had fun gif-ing this one! 

  Day 57  뵤 /byo/ 뵤 doesn't really mean anything by itself. It is actually one of the rarest letters you can find in Korean words. Wanted to make something more rigid without ㅇ, and ended up with this funny looking hopscotch.

Day 57 뵤 /byo/
뵤 doesn't really mean anything by itself. It is actually one of the rarest letters you can find in Korean words. Wanted to make something more rigid without ㅇ, and ended up with this funny looking hopscotch.

  Day 58  삐 /bbi/ 삐 is the second syllable of a word 삐뚤어진, which means off, tilted, or twisted in Korean. Something/someone out of place. First ㅂ is well tamed and upright, while the second crazy ㅂ tries to fit in between two straight lines.

Day 58 삐 /bbi/
삐 is the second syllable of a word 삐뚤어진, which means off, tilted, or twisted in Korean. Something/someone out of place. First ㅂ is well tamed and upright, while the second crazy ㅂ tries to fit in between two straight lines.

  Day 59  빠 /bbah/ 빠 is a Korean slang, meaning extreme fans. Like, some of those people who are so in love with the celebrity, that they watch and follow every single move s/he makes.

Day 59 빠 /bbah/
빠 is a Korean slang, meaning extreme fans. Like, some of those people who are so in love with the celebrity, that they watch and follow every single move s/he makes.

  Day 60  백 /baek/ 백 means 💯 in Korean. I wonder what if my 100% only equals to others' 75%, does that make me 25% less worth?

Day 60 백 /baek/
백 means 💯 in Korean. I wonder what if my 100% only equals to others' 75%, does that make me 25% less worth?

  Day 61  빈 /bin/ This is 빈, meaning empty in Korean, with plenty of open space between each alphabet.

Day 61 빈 /bin/
This is 빈, meaning empty in Korean, with plenty of open space between each alphabet.

  Day 62  욜 /yol/ Happy Halloween from 욜 with cat ears 🐱 and Dracula teeth 👻

Day 62 욜 /yol/
Happy Halloween from 욜 with cat ears 🐱 and Dracula teeth 👻

  Day 63  끈 /ggeun/ 끈 means string in Korean. Connected three alphabets ㄲ,ㅡ, and ㄴ all together as if they are made of one string 〰

Day 63 끈 /ggeun/
끈 means string in Korean. Connected three alphabets ㄲ,ㅡ, and ㄴ all together as if they are made of one string 〰

  Day 64  이 /yi/ 이 means two in Korean. So I made it only with two circles 🔘🔘

Day 64 이 /yi/
이 means two in Korean. So I made it only with two circles 🔘🔘

  Day 65  음 /eum/ 음 means sound in Korean. 🎤la🎵la🎧la🎶finally🎺it's🎸Friday 🎻

Day 65 음 /eum/
음 means sound in Korean. 🎤la🎵la🎧la🎶finally🎺it's🎸Friday 🎻

  Day 66  왕 /wang/ Just thinking in a purely aesthetic way; I just love using ㅇ("circles"). It is actually one of the most commonly used alphabets in Korean, making Korean writing looks more graphic and interesting to look at. 

Day 66 왕 /wang/
Just thinking in a purely aesthetic way; I just love using ㅇ("circles"). It is actually one of the most commonly used alphabets in Korean, making Korean writing looks more graphic and interesting to look at. 

  Day 67  슷 /seut/ Wanted to make something more pattern-like. 슷 doesn't mean anything by itself, but I like how the shapes are so simple and graphics that it became looking like a pattern.

Day 67 슷 /seut/
Wanted to make something more pattern-like. 슷 doesn't mean anything by itself, but I like how the shapes are so simple and graphics that it became looking like a pattern.

  Day 68  매 /mae/ 매 is the first syllable of a word 매듭, meaning tie. Here is a weaved letter 매 (quite inspired by the Project Runway unconventional challenge episode when I was doing this, clearly..?!)

Day 68 매 /mae/
매 is the first syllable of a word 매듭, meaning tie. Here is a weaved letter 매 (quite inspired by the Project Runway unconventional challenge episode when I was doing this, clearly..?!)

  Day 69  반 /ban/ This is a little constellation-looking letter 반 ⭐️ 반 is the first syllable of a word 반짝, which means twinkle ✨

Day 69 반 /ban/
This is a little constellation-looking letter 반 ⭐️ 반 is the first syllable of a word 반짝, which means twinkle ✨

  Day 70  많 /manh/ This is 많, which means many in Korean, with lots of strokes.

Day 70 많 /manh/
This is 많, which means many in Korean, with lots of strokes.

  Day 71  고 /go/ Was lucky to get to go Michael Johnson's talk today, which was super inspiring in many different ways. I was particularly drawn to one of his works called 'Phonetikana', a typeface that combines Japanese and English alphabets. So here I tried the same system to a Korean letter 고, which is 'go' written in Korean.

Day 71 고 /go/
Was lucky to get to go Michael Johnson's talk today, which was super inspiring in many different ways. I was particularly drawn to one of his works called 'Phonetikana', a typeface that combines Japanese and English alphabets. So here I tried the same system to a Korean letter 고, which is 'go' written in Korean.

  Day 72  띵 /dding/ 띵 is a word for dizziness in Korean. Drew this sad little guy with headache inside of ㅇ 😵

Day 72 띵 /dding/
띵 is a word for dizziness in Korean. Drew this sad little guy with headache inside of ㅇ 😵

  Day 73  캄 /calm/ 캄 is calm written in Korean. It also means dark when it is repeated twice (캄캄). So I gave the little moon to this bold, dark letter 🌙  happy calm Saturday!

Day 73 캄 /calm/
캄 is calm written in Korean. It also means dark when it is repeated twice (캄캄). So I gave the little moon to this bold, dark letter 🌙  happy calm Saturday!

  Day 74  롱 /long/ Here is a loooooooooong letter 롱, which is 'long' written in Korean (duh).

Day 74 롱 /long/
Here is a loooooooooong letter 롱, which is 'long' written in Korean (duh).

  Day 75  추 /choo/ 추 is the first syllable of a word 추워, means cold. Seems like it is getting colder so quick, might snow quite soon ❄️

Day 75 추 /choo/
추 is the first syllable of a word 추워, means cold. Seems like it is getting colder so quick, might snow quite soon ❄️

  Day 76  옴 /ohm/ You can stack three primary shapes on top of each other and make a Korean letter 옴, which means coming ⏺🔼⏹

Day 76 옴 /ohm/
You can stack three primary shapes on top of each other and make a Korean letter 옴, which means coming ⏺🔼⏹