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Posted By: I.Nagy
Posted Date: Feb 01, 2023 (03:18 AM)
Just a little addendum to my posting of yesterday.
It is not widely known for outsiders that the modern "only Hangul" Korean woke culture has completely banished the use of Chinese characters (Hanja) from Korean language search engines, so in case of Korean scripts written with Hanjas there`s not much to learn about. Despite the fact that Hanjas are still widely used to this day by artists in their signatures, seals, colophons, titles, markings etc.
The characters in the name Seok-hyeon 石峴
may be more of a place name than a given mname. Such a place name is found in North Korea, not far from Seoul on the north side of demarcation line. DPR of Korea also produces ceramics for export.
Of course this is only a hypothesis.
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