- Apr 10, 2007
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- Pittsburgh, PA
In my opinion he did ask you, since you are the only one who uses those terms. Therefore you would be the only one who may know what the hanja (kanji is the Japanese term) looks like.
Saying that you'd be "interested" in seeing the kanji, or hanja for that matter, hardly qualifies as asking a particular person to show them to you.
I know kanji is the Japanese term. That's why I was a bit puzzled when Miguksaram said: "I would be interested in seeing the Kanji of the term 'Sa-Hyung'." Why do you think he said kanji instead of hanja?
I figured that you were ignoring his question, in the same way that you ignore mine.
I give all of your questions the attention they deserve, Glenn.
I suppose that you could use those terms if you really wanted to, but perhaps not in front of native Korean speakers.
I will pass along your opinion to the Korean gentleman who told me these terms.