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Hangul, Hangul Supplementary-A, and Hangul Supplementary-B were character blocks that existed in Unicode 1.0 and 1.1, and ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993. These blocks encoded precomposed modern Hangul syllables. These three Unicode 1.x blocks were deleted and superseded by the new Hangul Syllables block (U+AC00–U+D7AF) in Unicode 2.0 (July 1996) and ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 Amd. 5 (1998), and are now occupied by CJK Unified Ideographs Extension A and Yijing Hexagram Symbols. Moving or removing existing characters has been prohibited by the Unicode Stability Policy for all versions following Unicode 2.0, so the Hangul Syllables block introduced in Unicode 2.0 is immutable.

stability unicode 1.x

1. Documentation

The Unicode 1.0.0 code chart is still available online, including the Korean Hangul Syllables block, but not the supplements added in Unicode 1.1.[1] Full code charts for Unicode 1.1 were "never created", since Unicode 1.1 was published only as a report amending Unicode 1.0 due to the urgency of releasing it;[2] however, full code charts for ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 were available, covering all three blocks.[3]

Data for mapping between Unicode 1.1, Unicode 2.0 and other hangul encodings has been supplied by the Unicode Consortium.[4] This data is archived as historic, but contains errors; an errata document is also supplied which corrects the mappings with reference to decompositions from the Unicode Character Database for Unicode 1.1.5,[5] which is itself also available.[6] However, the Unicode 1.1.5 data itself contains some errors; corrected data with reference to the ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 code charts and the source standards is documented in the Unicode Technical Committee document UTC L2/17-080.[3]

  • U+384E: 삤 in the Unicode Character Database for Unicode 1.1.5, but 삣 in the Unicode 1.0 and ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 code charts and per the source standard mappings
  • U+40BC: 삣 in the Unicode Character Database for Unicode 1.1.5, but 삤 in the ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 code charts and per the source standard mappings
  • U+436C: 콫 in the Unicode Character Database for Unicode 1.1.5, but 콪 in the ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 code charts and per the source standard mappings

2. Korean Hangul Syllables Block

Hangul (U+3400–U+3D2D),[7] also called Korean Hangul Syllables,[1] consisted of 2,350 syllables from KS C 5601-1987 (now KS X 1001). This block was encoded from Unicode 1.0.0 and included in the main code chart (without character names)[1] but not in the block charts (which included character names).[8]

Korean Hangul Syllables[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)[3][6]
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+340x
U+341x
U+342x
U+343x
U+344x
U+345x
U+346x
U+347x 굿
U+348x
U+349x 귿
U+34Ax
U+34Bx
U+34Cx
U+34Dx
U+34Ex 꼿
U+34Fx
U+350x 뀀
U+351x
U+352x
U+353x
U+354x
U+355x
U+356x
U+357x
U+358x
U+359x
U+35Ax
U+35Bx
U+35Cx
U+35Dx
U+35Ex
U+35Fx
U+360x
U+361x
U+362x
U+363x
U+364x
U+365x
U+366x
U+367x
U+368x
U+369x
U+36Ax
U+36Bx
U+36Cx
U+36Dx
U+36Ex
U+36Fx
U+370x 릿
U+371x
U+372x
U+373x
U+374x
U+375x
U+376x
U+377x 믿
U+378x
U+379x
U+37Ax
U+37Bx
U+37Cx
U+37Dx
U+37Ex
U+37Fx
U+380x
U+381x
U+382x
U+383x
U+384x
U+385x
U+386x
U+387x
U+388x
U+389x
U+38Ax
U+38Bx
U+38Cx
U+38Dx
U+38Ex
U+38Fx
U+390x
U+391x
U+392x
U+393x
U+394x
U+395x
U+396x
U+397x
U+398x
U+399x
U+39Ax
U+39Bx
U+39Cx
U+39Dx
U+39Ex
U+39Fx
U+3A0x
U+3A1x
U+3A2x
U+3A3x
U+3A4x
U+3A5x
U+3A6x
U+3A7x
U+3A8x
U+3A9x
U+3AAx
U+3ABx
U+3ACx
U+3ADx
U+3AEx
U+3AFx
U+3B0x
U+3B1x
U+3B2x
U+3B3x
U+3B4x
U+3B5x
U+3B6x
U+3B7x
U+3B8x
U+3B9x
U+3BAx 퀀
U+3BBx
U+3BCx
U+3BDx
U+3BEx
U+3BFx
U+3C0x
U+3C1x
U+3C2x
U+3C3x
U+3C4x
U+3C5x
U+3C6x
U+3C7x
U+3C8x
U+3C9x
U+3CAx
U+3CBx
U+3CCx
U+3CDx
U+3CEx
U+3CFx
U+3D0x
U+3D1x
U+3D2x  
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 1.1. Characters in chart are shown by means of equivalent code points in Unicode 2.0 and all subsequent versions.
2.^ Grey areas indicate points outside of the block, since its boundaries (unusually) were not aligned to multiples of 16.

3. Hangul Supplementary-A Block

Hangul Supplementary-A (U+3D2E–U+44B7)[7] consisted of 1,930 syllables from KS C 5657-1991 (now KS X 1002).

Hangul Supplementary-A[1][2]
References:[3][6]
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+3D2x  
U+3D3x 갿
U+3D4x 겿
U+3D5x
U+3D6x
U+3D7x
U+3D8x
U+3D9x
U+3DAx
U+3DBx
U+3DCx
U+3DDx 꾿
U+3DEx
U+3DFx
U+3E0x
U+3E1x
U+3E2x
U+3E3x
U+3E4x
U+3E5x
U+3E6x
U+3E7x
U+3E8x
U+3E9x
U+3EAx
U+3EBx
U+3ECx
U+3EDx
U+3EEx
U+3EFx
U+3F0x
U+3F1x
U+3F2x
U+3F3x
U+3F4x
U+3F5x
U+3F6x
U+3F7x
U+3F8x
U+3F9x
U+3FAx 먿
U+3FBx
U+3FCx 몿
U+3FDx
U+3FEx 뭿
U+3FFx
U+400x
U+401x
U+402x
U+403x 볿
U+404x
U+405x
U+406x 붿
U+407x
U+408x
U+409x 뻿
U+40Ax 뽿
U+40Bx
U+40Cx
U+40Dx
U+40Ex
U+40Fx
U+410x
U+411x
U+412x
U+413x
U+414x
U+415x
U+416x
U+417x
U+418x
U+419x
U+41Ax
U+41Bx
U+41Cx
U+41Dx
U+41Ex
U+41Fx
U+420x
U+421x
U+422x
U+423x
U+424x
U+425x
U+426x 쥿
U+427x 짿
U+428x
U+429x
U+42Ax
U+42Bx 쬿
U+42Cx
U+42Dx
U+42Ex
U+42Fx 찿
U+430x
U+431x 쳿
U+432x
U+433x
U+434x
U+435x 캿
U+436x
U+437x
U+438x
U+439x
U+43Ax
U+43Bx
U+43Cx
U+43Dx
U+43Ex
U+43Fx
U+440x
U+441x
U+442x
U+443x
U+444x
U+445x
U+446x
U+447x
U+448x
U+449x
U+44Ax
U+44Bx  
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 1.1. Characters in chart are shown by means of equivalent code points in Unicode 2.0 and all subsequent versions.
2.^ Grey areas indicate points outside of the block, since its boundaries (unusually) were not aligned to multiples of 16.

4. Hangul Supplementary-B Block

Hangul Supplementary-B (U+44B8–U+4DFF)[7] consisted of six syllables from GB 12052-89 (U+44B8–U+44BD) and the first 2,370 syllables that are not in the aforementioned three sets (U+44BE–U+4DFF).

Hangul Supplementary-B[1][2]
References:[3][6]
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+44Bx  
U+44Cx
U+44Dx
U+44Ex
U+44Fx
U+450x 걿
U+451x
U+452x
U+453x 곿
U+454x
U+455x 괿
U+456x
U+457x
U+458x
U+459x
U+45Ax 궿
U+45Bx
U+45Cx
U+45Dx
U+45Ex
U+45Fx 긿
U+460x 깿
U+461x
U+462x
U+463x
U+464x 꺿
U+465x
U+466x 껿
U+467x
U+468x
U+469x
U+46Ax
U+46Bx 꽿
U+46Cx
U+46Dx
U+46Ex
U+46Fx
U+470x 꿿
U+471x
U+472x
U+473x
U+474x
U+475x
U+476x
U+477x
U+478x
U+479x
U+47Ax
U+47Bx
U+47Cx
U+47Dx
U+47Ex
U+47Fx
U+480x
U+481x
U+482x
U+483x
U+484x
U+485x
U+486x
U+487x
U+488x
U+489x
U+48Ax
U+48Bx
U+48Cx
U+48Dx
U+48Ex
U+48Fx
U+490x
U+491x
U+492x
U+493x
U+494x
U+495x
U+496x
U+497x
U+498x
U+499x
U+49Ax
U+49Bx
U+49Cx
U+49Dx
U+49Ex
U+49Fx
U+4A0x
U+4A1x
U+4A2x
U+4A3x
U+4A4x
U+4A5x
U+4A6x
U+4A7x
U+4A8x
U+4A9x
U+4AAx
U+4ABx
U+4ACx
U+4ADx
U+4AEx
U+4AFx
U+4B0x
U+4B1x
U+4B2x
U+4B3x
U+4B4x
U+4B5x
U+4B6x
U+4B7x
U+4B8x
U+4B9x
U+4BAx
U+4BBx
U+4BCx
U+4BDx
U+4BEx
U+4BFx
U+4C0x
U+4C1x
U+4C2x
U+4C3x
U+4C4x
U+4C5x
U+4C6x
U+4C7x
U+4C8x
U+4C9x
U+4CAx
U+4CBx
U+4CCx 뤿
U+4CDx
U+4CEx 륿
U+4CFx
U+4D0x
U+4D1x
U+4D2x 맿
U+4D3x
U+4D4x
U+4D5x
U+4D6x
U+4D7x 멿
U+4D8x
U+4D9x
U+4DAx
U+4DBx
U+4DCx 뫿
U+4DDx
U+4DEx 묿
U+4DFx
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 1.1. Characters in chart are shown by means of equivalent code points in Unicode 2.0 and all subsequent versions.
2.^ Grey areas indicate points outside of the block, since its boundaries (unusually) were not aligned to multiples of 16.

References

  1. "3.7: Code Charts". The Unicode Standard. Unicode Consortium. https://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode1.0.0/CodeCharts1.pdf#page=33. 
  2. "Unicode 1.1". Unicode Technical Site. Unicode Consortium. https://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode1.1.0/. 
  3. Chung, Jaemin (2017-03-29). "Informative document about three pre-Unicode-2.0 modern hangul syllables". https://unicode.org/L2/L2017/17080-three-hangul-syl.pdf. 
  4. Chang, K. D.; Choi, In Sook; Kim, Jung Ho (1995-10-04). "Korean Hangul Encoding Conversion Table". https://unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/OBSOLETE/EASTASIA/KSC/HANGUL.TXT. 
  5. "Notes and corrections for HANGUL.TXT". 2005-10-13. https://unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/OBSOLETE/EASTASIA/KSC/HangulReadMe.html. 
  6. "Unicode 1.1.5 data". 1995-07-05. https://unicode.org/Public/1.1-Update/UnicodeData-1.1.5.txt. 
  7. "Appendix E: Block Names". The Unicode Standard. Unicode Consortium. https://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode1.1.0/appE.pdf. 
  8. "3.8: Block-by-Block Charts". The Unicode Standard. Unicode Consortium. https://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode1.0.0/CodeCharts2.pdf. 
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