Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Fact of the Day: Hanguk Jeonjaeng War

In South Korea, the Korean War is called Hanguk Jeonjaeng in Korean which literally means "Korean War". In North Korea it's called Choguk haebang chonjaeng which translates as "Fatherland: Liberation War". 

8 comments:

  1. The two Korean leaders seem to relate well to each other. I hope they can make some kind of peace so families can finally cross borders and reunite.

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    1. Doubtful that will happen. NK likes to play games and have a hot/cold relationship. Like Eastern Europe in the cold war, they don't exactly let regular people just cross the border when they want to even with good reason.

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  2. It's good to see the two countries coming closer again!

    -Kati
    Almost Stylish

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  3. Sure what you'd expect from the crazy side

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  4. Interesting, difficult to pronounce.

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  5. Too bad the terms have to be used at all isn't it?

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