Hangukpyeon language

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한국편 / 한국編
Native toUnited Kingdom of Korea
RegionKorean Peninsula
Native speakers
TBD (2023)
  • Hangukpyeon
Hangul (한글)
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Hangukpyeon (Hangul: 한국편 / Chosŏn'gŭl: 한국編) is a constructed language, or conlang, developed by the United Kingdom of Korea as a means to foster unity and understanding between South and North Korea. It merges elements of the Korean language, particularly the South Korean dialect and the North Korean dialect, with the writing system of Hangul. Hangukpyeon serves as a symbolic expression of the aspirations for harmony and cooperation between the two Korean nations.


The United Kingdom of Korea, a micronation representing the unified Korea, initiated the development of Hangukpyeon in 2023. The aim was to create a shared linguistic medium that would bridge the gap between the two Korean dialects and promote cultural exchange and mutual understanding. By incorporating elements from both the South Korean dialect and the North Korean dialect, Hangukpyeon seeks to establish a unified linguistic identity for the people of the Korean Peninsula.


The name "Hangukpyeon" was chosen to represent the merging of language elements from South and North Korea. In Hangul, it is written as "한국편", while in the North Korean dialect (Chosŏn'gŭl), it is rendered as "한국編". The term "Hanguk" refers to Korea, while "pyeon" in Hangul means "edition" or "part," and "bŏn" in the North Korean dialect means "compilation" or "collection." Thus, Hangukpyeon symbolizes the integration and unity of the two Koreas through language.


Hangukpyeon's phonology combines features from both the South Korean dialect and the North Korean dialect. The language encompasses a wide range of sounds to ensure comprehensibility and effective communication between speakers from different regions. The following tables outline the consonant and vowel phonemes in Hangukpyeon:


Bilabial Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Glottal



Front Central Back
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The grammar of Hangukpyeon follows the principles of Korean grammar while incorporating features from both the South Korean and North Korean dialects. It maintains the subject-object-verb (SOV) word order, honorifics, and complex honorific speech levels that are characteristic of Korean. The vocabulary draws from both dialects, ensuring comprehensive communication between speakers from South and North Korea.

Writing System

The writing system employed in Hangukpyeon is Hangul, which is shared by both South and North Korea. Hangul is a phonetic writing system composed of syllabic characters representing sounds. It is highly regular and easy to learn, making it accessible to speakers from different linguistic backgrounds. By utilizing Hangul as the writing system for Hangukpyeon, the conlang aims to promote literacy and facilitate cultural exchange within the United Kingdom of Korea.


The number of Hangukpyeon speakers is yet to be determined. However, the United Kingdom of Korea actively encourages the adoption and learning of Hangukpyeon as a means to foster unity and cross-cultural understanding among the people of the Korean Peninsula. Efforts are being made to develop educational materials, language courses, and cultural events centered around Hangukpyeon to support its growth and integration within the micronation.

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