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- n. A person from North Korea or of North Korean descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to North Korea, the North Korean people or the North Korean language.
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- n. a Korean from North Korea
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of North Korea or its people or their culture
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Not to be outvogue worded, Kim later hoped that “the North Korean missile issue will be resolved with transparency.”
But in the immediate future, it's the North Korean peninsula, North Asia, and tensions in North Asia itself that we are primarily concerned about.
In 2004, Congress unanimously passed the North Korean Human Rights Act, which provides for increased Korean-language radio broadcasting into the DPRK and for aid to North Korean refugees in China.
One of our listeners is in North Korea, and if we tell the Japanese, they will understand we have a good North Korean earhole.
I was also struck by the comment of General Leon LaPorte, the four-star USFK commander, in reaction to a possible North Korean attack: “We will kick his ass.”
For distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement in aerial flight as a pilot of a jet fighter in Fighter Squadron FIFTY ONE, attached to the U.S.S.ESSEX, in attacks on hostile North Korean and Chinese Communist forces.
On April 14, 1969, a North Korean jet downed an EC-121 U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane about ninety miles off the coast.
Kim Dae-jung, and the North Korean leader and Chairman of the
In all during this two-month period, the Screaming Eagles unloaded onto North Korean targets a total of 135,560 pounds of bombs, well over twice as much weight as the squadron had dropped in the previous two and a half months since first arriving in Korea.
Videotapes of South Korean soap operas have since become so popular that North Korean state television has warned North Koreans not to adopt South Korean hairstyles.