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  • n. Plural form of South Korean.


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  • How much do you think there will be a turn away from the traditional approach of the South Koreans, which is to essentially go pretty easy on the North Koreans?

    CNN Transcript Jul 4, 2006

  • With reports that a lot of North Koreans are becoming more savvy with South Korean culture through TV shows and movies, I think the South Koreans will be a lot more accepted.

    ROK Drop

  • They lived close to it every day, and after the South Koreans, they would pay the biggest price if hostilities broke out.

    The Good Fight

  • The United States had substantial forces stationed in South Korea, and the South Koreans had a huge army, so we were in a position to back up any threat with military action.

    The Good Fight

  • And it arrived at night on Yeonpyeong Island, the island in the Yellow Sea that North Korea attacked with an artillery barrage in November, killing four South Koreans.

    North Korea Snubs Return of Its Citizens From South

  • South Koreans for years have prioritized domestic economic matters over relations with North Korea.

    South Korean Voters Focused on Economy

  • South Koreans have since become disenchanted with the GNP amid the nation's uneven recovery from the 2008 global economic crisis.

    South Korean Voters Focused on Economy

  • The agency announced the move last week, citing a growing number of violations of laws by South Koreans in social-network communication.

    'Offensive' Web Content Targeted in Asia

  • He said existing laws allow South Koreans to pursue defamation and other social-network-related problems in court.

    'Offensive' Web Content Targeted in Asia

  • For instance, the government requires South Koreans to use real names when they make comments on Internet sites or post videos on Korea-based Web portals.

    'Offensive' Web Content Targeted in Asia


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