[kuh-ree-uh n, kaw-, koh-]
- of or relating to Korea, its inhabitants, or their language.
Origin of Korean
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In 1951, Harry Truman fired Gen. Douglas MacArthur during the Korean War.We Need Our Police to Be Better Than This
December 31, 2014
But South Koreans have a troubled history with American intervention in Korean markets.
The Second Republic was also considered the another golden age for Korean Cinema.
Ronald Reagan approved the agreement and the USTR reviewed Korean practices through the end of his term.
When Yoo and Lee were arrested for the bombing and the snakes, Korean film employees staged protests demanding their release.
After this excursion, we ended the day by attending the Korean Theatre.Travels in the Far East
Ellen Mary Hayes Peck
Have you seen Korean kiddies with flags painted on their stomachs?Flash-lights from the Seven Seas
William L. Stidger
She stretched a hand to gesture me to be seated, and I tried Korean on her.Valley of the Croen
Stone and brick replaced the mud walls of the Korean dwellings.
The Korean is the perfect type of inefficiency—of utter worthlessness.
- of or relating to Korea, its people, or their language
- a native or inhabitant of Korea
- the official language of North and South Korea, considered by some scholars to be part of the Altaic family of languages
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