[KS] hangul to hanja conversion online

Charles Muller cmuller-lst at jj.em-net.ne.jp
Fri Jun 1 01:50:55 EDT 2012

On 05/26/2012 12:34 AM, Freeman, Caren (cwf8q) wrote:

> I’m asking this question on behalf of a colleague who is a
> sinologist. He asks:
> “i want to see what chinese characters correspond to korean
> "Namaksin" wooden clogs. Namaksin (나막신)
> Is there an online dictionary that gives the classic readings for
> korean words entered in pinyin type western alphabet?”

Please see:


The main differences between this dictionary and the others on the 
web are:

(1) The emphasis is on classical Chinese texts and meanings, and

(2) All entries are researched by scholars and hand-edited, rather 
than being mechanical aggregations from CEDict and JEDict.




A. Charles Muller

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