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I'm having problems with identifying traditional hangul (korean writing system) orthography (3 glyphs right on the picture).
From what I understand, left on the picture are 3 modern hangul sans serifs meaning 'kuk sul do', and on the right is some sort of a traditional hangul writing system which is totally unfamiliar to me. I was told it means 'kuk sul do', too. So, basically I would need precise information how is this orthography called.
So if there is a korean ninja somewhere around, help would be much appreciated. :)