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First Lady Michelle Obama Carpool Karaoke
James Corden's White House tour takes an unthinkable turn when First Lady Michelle Obama joins him for a drive around the grounds singing Stevie Wonder and B...
For The Love of Kimchi! | Cucumber Kimchi Recipe
Oh most holy of food! There is no food that better represents the heart and soul of Korean people than kimchi. It’s sassy, pungent, earthy, and will smack you in the head sometimes. I can’t live witho...
Maoism
Mao Zedong Thought (simplified Chinese: 毛泽东思想; traditional Chinese: 毛澤東思想; pinyin: Máo Zédōng Sīxiǎng) is a political theory which is derived from the teachings of the Chinese political le...
Anju (food)
Anju ([andʑu]) is a general term for a Korean food consumed with alcohol. It consists of a variety of foods, including both main dishes and side dishes. Consuming food with alcohol is a widespread pra...
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Comedyoke
Comedyoke, (komedaoke in Japanese), is a combination of karaoke and comedy. It is pronounced comedy-okee.The performer tells jokes off the monitor through a CD+G machine, so one can perform like a sta...
For The Love of Kimchi! | Cucumber Kimchi Recipe
Oh most holy of food! There is no food that better represents the heart and soul of Korean people than kimchi. It’s sassy, pungent, earthy, and will smack you in the head sometimes. I can’t live witho...
Umchina
Umchina (pronunciated like 'um-chin-a') is a Korean word, an abbreviated form of ‘mom’s friend’s son.’(Hangul: 엄마 친구 아들) Not a term directly indicating a specific person, but signifies a person who is...
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Etymology of the Korean currencies
The won is the currency of both North and South Korea. Won is a cognate of the Chinese currency unit, the yuan, and the Japanese currency unit, the yen, meaning "round object". The won is subdivided i...
Etymology of the Korean currencies - Wikipedia
Hyeon
The hyeon were administrative subdivisions of Korea during the Silla, Goryeo, and Joseon periods. They were typically slightly smaller than today's si and gun (see Subdivisions of South Korea, Subdiv...
Eugene Group
Eugene Group is a large South Korean chaebol (conglomerate), producing industry, media, construction, confectionery and child house products.
Jaesusaeng
Jaesusaeng (Hangeul: 재수생; Hanja: 再修生) is the Korean language term for high school students who decide to spend a year studying to re-take the College Scholastic Ability Test, hoping to get a higher sc...
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Dobok
Dobok is the uniform worn by practitioners of Korean martial arts. Do means "way" and bok means "clothing." The dobok is modeled on the Japanese dōgi, used in Judo, which was developed by Kanō Jigorō....
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Hanwha
Hanwha Group (Korean: 한화그룹) is one of the largest business conglomerate (chaebol) in South Korea. Founded in 1952 as Korea Explosives Inc. (한국화약 주식회사), the group has grown into a large multi-profile b...
Hanwha - Wikipedia
Ten thousand years
In various East Asian languages, the phrase "ten thousand years" is used to wish long life, and is typically translated as "long live" in English. The phrase originated in ancient China as an expressi...
Ten thousand years - Wikipedia
Hyosung
Hyosung Corporation is a South Korean industrial conglomerate, founded in 1966. It operates in various fields, including the chemical industry, industrial machinery, IT, trade, and construction. It is...
Hyosung - Wikipedia
Juipo
Jwipo (Korean: 쥐포) is a kind of a traditional Korean pressed fish jerky sold as a street snack. Made from the filefish (or Jwichi), it is dried, flattened and seasoned. Jwipo has a subtle sweet fl...
Sogak
So-gak or minsogak is a category of Korean music traditionally associated with the lower classes. It includes genres such as pansori and minyo. It is typically distinguished from jeongak, or court m...
CJ Group
CJ Corporation (Hangul: 씨제이㈜) is a South Korean conglomerate holding company headquartered in Seoul. It comprises numerous businesses in various industries of food and food service, pharmaceutics ...
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Yongdamjeong
Yongdamjeong (lit. Dragon Pool Pavilion) is a sacred place to Cheondoism, located on Mt. Gumi in Gajeong-ri, Hyeongok-myeon, Gyeongju, South Korea.
Cheondoism is an indigenous Korean religion that...
Kimchi refrigerator
A kimchi refrigerator is a refrigerator designed specifically to meet the storage requirements of various kimchi types, and different fermentation processes. The Kimchi Refrigerator aims to be colder,...
Kimchi refrigerator - Wikipedia
Bang (Korean)
Bang is a romanization of the Korean word 방, meaning "room". In a traditional Korean house, a sarangbang (Hangul: 사랑방; Hanja: 舍廊房) is the study or drawing room, for example.In modern Korea (especially...
Bang (Korean) - Wikipedia
Yeontan
Yeontan (연탄, Yeontan) is the name for large coal briquettes used in South Korea for cooking and home heating. Made of coal dust and a gluing agent, they were a welcome alternative to firewood and natu...
Yeontan - Wikipedia
Hwarang
The Hwarang, or "Flower Boys", were an elite group of male youth in Silla, an ancient Korean kingdom that lasted until the 10th century. There were educational institutions as well as social clubs whe...
Hyeong
The Korean terms hyeong, pumsae, and teul (meaning "form" or "pattern") are all used to refer to martial arts forms that are typically used in Korean martial arts such as Taekwondo and Tang Soo Do.A h...
Hyeong - Wikipedia
Bojagi
A bojagi or bo for short (also pojagi or bojaki) is a traditional Korean wrapping cloth. Bojagi are square and can be made from a variety of materials, though silk is common. Embroidered bojagi are kn...
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List of English words of Korean origin
This is a list of words of Korean origin which have entered into English usage.
Chaebol from 재벌 (財閥), a family-controlled industrial conglomerate in South Korea, originally from Japanese term "Zai...
Baek kimchi
Baek kimchi (literally "white kimchi") is a variety of kimchi made without the chili pepper powder commonly used for fermenting kimchi in Korean cuisine. Baek kimchi has a mild and clean flavor, which...
Baek kimchi - Wikipedia
Paiting
Paiting (Hangul: 파이팅, [pʰaitʰiŋ], or Hangul: 화이팅, [hwaitʰiŋ]), also known as Fighting, is a common Konglish expression in the Korean language that is meant to rally or cheer someone. It is use...
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