Definitions

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  • noun A person from South Korea or of South Korean descent.
  • adjective Of, from, or pertaining to South Korea or the South Korean people.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective of or relating to or characteristic of South Korea or its people
  • noun a Korean from South Korea

Etymologies

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Examples

  • North Korean officials have mostly refused to sit across a table from what they call South Korean "traitors" for more than a year.

    VOA News: Top Stories

  • Mr. Garg was referring to South Korean company a 2.5% stake in Steel Strips in December 2010 for 595 rupees per share for a total of 224 million rupees, or about $5.04 million at current exchange rates.

    Steel Strips Wheels Plans Stake Sale

  • Mr. Garg was referring to South Korean company a 2.5% stake in Steel Strips in December 2010 for 595 rupees per share for a total of 224 million rupees, or about $5.04 million at current exchange rates.

    Steel Strips Wheels Plans Stake Sale

  • �Well-stocked in Chinese, South Korean and Japanese films, the festival also has a smattering of films from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines.

    GreenCine Daily

  • North Korea called the South Korean president's offer of a summit a "trick" and said it would never deal with him.

    U.S.: Pyongyang Move Surprised China

  • North Korea called the South Korean president's offer of a summit a "trick" and said it would never deal with him.

    U.S.: Pyongyang Move Surprised China

  • The clips are far from persuasive; they write off Hillary Clinton as a "minister in a skirt" and call the South Korean defense minister a "servile dog."

    Leah Anthony Libresco: Censoring Moderates Fuels Radicals

  • The clips are far from persuasive; they write off Hillary Clinton as a "minister in a skirt" and call the South Korean defense minister a "servile dog."

    Leah Anthony Libresco: Censoring Moderates Fuels Radicals

  • The clips are far from persuasive; they write off Hillary Clinton as a "minister in a skirt" and call the South Korean defense minister a "servile dog."

    Leah Anthony Libresco: Censoring Moderates Fuels Radicals

  • Kim went so far as to deny South Korean news reports that he had heart disease or diabetes, and even called South Korean journalists "novelists" for publishing speculation about his health.

    A Prayer for the Hermit King

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  • ?? A name of a country that located next to Korea.

    September 29, 2009