Hanja (한자/漢字) Dictionary
Learning Japanese, Mandarin and Korean, I noiticed, that Korean Hangul (한글) script differs from Chinese characters. But I also noiticed, that there were Hanja (한자), Chinese characters also in Korean. I noiticed, that there are Sino-Korean, and Native-Korean ways of saying. For example if we take 海: it means sea and is 해 (hae) in Sino-Korean origin, but in Native Korean, sea means 바다 (pada).
So my point is, wouldn't it be easier to have a Hanja dictionary to learn Korean? With both readings, similar as in Japanese the 訓読み and 音読み? Please tell me, if there is any, because I can't find anything to that! Thank you, 감사합니다!