Romanization of Korean refers to systems for representing the Korean language in the Latin script. Korea's alphabetic script is called Hangul, that used to be and is still occasionally written in combination with, but nowadays generally independently from Hanja (Chinese characters).
Romaja literally means Roman letters in Korean, and refers to the Latin script. "Romaja" is not to be confused with "romanization". The former can be applied to any use of the Latin script in Korean text—whether for Korean or non-Korean words or names—while the latter refers to writing Korean words using the Latin script: either romanizing individual words in a Korean text, or writing an entire Korean text in the Latin script.[Från wikipedia]
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