Revised Romanization is a romanization of Korean, i.e. a way of writing Korean using the Roman alphabet. It was proclaimed in South Korea in July 2000 and adopted by all major English-language South Korean newspapers by 2006. It aims to be less confusing than McCune-Reischauer and more suitable for internet domain names.
- McCune-Reischauer – An earlier (1937) transcription. (The article also gives a list of Korean players’ names.)
- Hangul – Korean writing.
- Revised Romanization of Hangeul – A summary.
- Revised Romanization of Korean – More detail.