The 9th of October was Hangul Day in honor of the Korean alphabet, traditionally said to have been invented in 1446 by King Sejong and his scholars. To mark the day, there were special activities in the SJA Jeju Elementary School Korean Studies classes.
This "Cave Drawings" art project is a Kindergarten cross curricular assignment with history. It is based on the topic of early humans and societies.
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