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Hangul is the caharacter Korean use. Hangul Tangram uses the existing advantage of the to cultivate creativity and imagination while using the Hangul basics approach children as a fun puzzle that you can learn and have fun to play. In addition, the combination of a puzzle in itself is the shape of a human body, Hangul Tangram consists of two body parts, two legs, two arms and a head with a total of seven pieces of a puzzle. Hangul tangram has a total of 14 consonants, 10 vowels and can express the numbers 0-9. Each character is expressed by one or two people so a parent or educator can play it with a child while communing with each other.
Wonju-si, South Korea
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Seongnam-si, South Korea