> gab-gol characters from relicts of the Yin dynasty in China.
> This suggests that prototype of hanja (chinese character) was
> indeed Korean, because Chun-bu-kyung is the oldest history
> book in Korea and it recorded the original forms of the bone
> and shell characters.
You mentioned elsewhere that Chun-bu-kyung only dates back to the 14th century. That would give 3000 or so years of unrecorded history between this point in time, and the dated artifacts found at the Yin Dynasty excavations.
The Korean peninsula state 'dynasties' began after China's Zhou dynasty, more than a thousand years after the beginning of Chinese characters.
> Since 1961, bone and shell characters have been found in bones
> from Korea, but this is the first time that they are recorded
> in the book. No known Chinese history book recorded the forms
> of bone and shell characters. It is expected that this finding
> will help decipher some bone and shell characters that have not
> yet deciphered.
> Detailed story is published in an academic paper (korean). You
> can read the paper at
The characters are clearly jinwen or bronze inscription characters. They are quite old, almost contemporaneous with those of the jiaguwen or oracle bone characters.
Jinwen are known throughout China, because the tradition of bronzes begin from jiaguwen era and continue to the end of the warring states. That is a 1000 year tradition of jinwen, and within a few hundred years of Xu Shen's Shuowen Jiezi of the early Han Dynasty.
From the site, http://www.fathom.com/feature/121782
The translation of the oracle bone script was made easier by the survival of an early dictionary, Xu Shen's Shuowen jiezi (c. 120 CE). Xu Shen set out to "explain and interpret" nearly 10,000 characters, mostly from inscriptions in the "small seal" style of the Qin dynasty (221-206 BCE), but he also included many oracle bone graphs. At the time Xu Shen was writing, Chinese characters were written in a style that is still in use today, so his dictionary formed a bridge between the ancient past and the present.
As Xu Shen also included oracle bone characters, it nullifies your claim.