The artbook was inspired by the traditional primers used by children to learn reading and writing. The Korean alphabet is characterised by its relatively simple graphic form. It consists of 24 basic letters and 16 complex letter combinations. The book begins with a list of all the Korean characters and their Latin script as well as pronunciation instructions for particular syllables. The main section of the book presents individual letters and illustrations that depict them with English translations. The book ends with a Korean glossary of all the words used. The handwritten letters allude to East Asian calligraphy, and the colour palette refers to traditional Korean architecture.