Hangul Filler (U+3164) | Copy and Paste [ ] Character

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Hangul Filler Unicode character (U+3164) is a special character used in the Korean writing system, Hangul. Its primary purpose is to fill in empty spaces in Hangul syllables when there is no consonant or vowel to occupy that position.

This character can be used in various applications, including naming games like PUBG, FF, Mini Word, or even blank folders in operating systems like Windows, macOS, and iOS.

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Hangul Filler Table

Character NameHangul Filler
HTML Codeㅤ
HTML Entityㅤ
CSS Code\3164
JavaScript/Java/C \u{3164} (JavaScript and ES6), \\u3164 (Java and C)


Using Hangul Filler in HTML

To use Hangul Filler in HTML, simply follow the guide below

Using HTML Code:

Copy & Paste Hangul Filler Character – Blankㅤspacecopy.com


Hair Space (U+200A) vs Line Separator vs Hangul Filler vs Ideographic Space

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Using Hangul Filler in CSS

In CSS, you can insert Hangul Filler as content within the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements. Here is the example:

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  .hangul-filler::before, .hangul-filler::after {
            content: "\3164";


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
        .hangul-filler::after {
            content: "\3164";
        /* Additional styles for illustration */
        .hangul-filler {
            display: flex;
            align-items: center;
            text-align: center;
            /* Add your other styles here */
    <title>Hangul Filler Example</title>
    <div class="hangul-filler">
        <!-- Your content goes here -->
        <p>This is an example text with Hangul Filler separators.</p>

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