Abugida is a language where consonant and vowels form a unit of some form, and are typical in South Asia.
Now, the Korean language isn't related to those languages, of course. But the Korean language is also formed of characters which have parts representing consonants, and parts representing vowels.
I'm not really familiar with any Abugida script, but I always wondered why Hangul isn't considered one. It's usually credited as an "artifical script", which is true I guess, but feels like somewhat unrelated to the typical categorization of scripts.
So, why isn't Hangul considered an Abugida?