Hmm… 江 as in 漢江 (Han-gang). I don’t think 江 was taught as basic kanji when I was learning Japanese, but I lived in Tokyo, and 江 is a part of the word 江戸 (Edo=old name of Tokyo). Totally unrelated comment with the Lucky Draw. ;P Good luck! ###
다들 잘 지내셨나요?
이번 주는 좀 많이 늦어져서 미안해요.
지난번에 했던 초등 한자쓰기노트의 3권이 이번 주의 Lucky draw book 입니다.
얇지만 아주 괜찮은 책 이에요.
This week, we prepared a book for studying Hanja and it is suitable for intermediate to advanced level learners because the book is all written in Korean only.
초등한자쓰기노트 Level 3
Language: Korean | around 40 Pages | Size: 210x275mm | Supplement: 1 VCD
This is the book series made for elementary school students in South Korea.
The context is written based on Hanja words used in the real textbooks of elementary school.
This book contains 40 Hanja words and the whole series contains 400 essential Hanja words.
This book also contains VCD teaching the order of writing each Hanja word.
All written in Korean but really good for increasing your Hanja vocabulary skill!
Suitable for intermediate level to advanced level learners.
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