Rohal    Rohal

The Hal alphabet was invented by Kim Godgul as an alternative script for English and other languages written with the Latin/Roman alphabet. It is an adaptation of the Hal, which is based on the Korean Hangul alphabet, and there is a one-to-one match between Hal and Roman letters.

Notable features

Rohal alphabet

Rohal alphabet

More information about Kim Godgul's alphabets (in Korean)
http://chogul.tistory.com/

Constructed scripts by Kim Godgul

Baal, ColorHoney / ColorTokki, Geup-Simhangul, Godgul, Hal, Rohal, Sacgul, Simplebet

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