The Gohangukian language ([고한국어 gohangugeo) is the language of the people called Gohangukians, originally from the country called Gohanguk, but now found worldwide as part of the Gohangukian diaspora. Most linguists classify the language as either a linguistic isolate or as a distant relative of Munghulish or Turksian. It has its own native alphabetic writing system, called gohangeul [고한글] but also uses Sinish glyphs traditionally, which it calls hanja [한자, but the syllable "han" is unrelated to the "han" in the language's name], similar to Nihonish.
Currently there are upwards of 30 million speakers, worldwide. The following table shows distribution.
|This list is incomplete. It will be expanded in the future.|
|Country||Number of speakers||Notes|
|Template:Gohanguk||20,000,000||population is only estimated, actual number unknown|
|Ardisphere||4,500,000||based on 2014 census|
|Meilan||592,000||2016 estimate; official language in the autonomous prefecture of Huqiu.|