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  • n. One of three early systems for writing Korean phonetically with Chinese characters before the invention of the modern hangul (한글) script, resembling the old Japanese kanbun-kundoku (漢文訓読) style. The other two ancient Korean systems were hyangchal and idu.


From Korean 구결 (口訣, gugyeol, "phrase parting") (Wiktionary)


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