Example of "Taekwondo"
medium size wall scroll.
Because of the strong historical relationship between the Chinese and Korean languages, a lot of our Chinese calligraphy phrases are also native Korean words. In fact, for 1600 years, the standard written form of Korean was Chinese characters (known as Hanja).
All of the titles on the list below are valid in Korean Hanja. However, I also have one calligrapher who writes in Hangul if you need modern Korean characters. Here's the special instructions to order in Hangul (it's kind of a secret)...
First, instead of the "Customize & Buy" button, click on the Hangul characters next to the South Korean flag on any of my calligraphy entries.
Note: If there is no Korean flag, it means a native Korean translator has not confirmed that it is a valid word in Korean.
Master Calligrapher Cao Bin will be automatically selected on the next page.
From here, you can customize your calligraphy artwork in many ways.
But don't change the calligrapher or style (if you do, it won't be written in Hangul).
Can't find the word you want? - Just contact me if you want yours added!
There are 1299 Korean terms listed below - hopefully one of them is the one you want...