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Seoul

 (sōl)
The capital and largest city of South Korea, in the northwest part of the country east of Incheon. Historically the capital of all of Korea, it became South Korea's capital after the partitioning of the peninsula in 1948 and was twice occupied by Communist forces during the Korean War.

Seoul

(səʊl)
n
(Placename) the capital of South Korea, in the west on the Han River: capital of Korea from 1392 to 1910, then seat of the Japanese administration until 1945; became capital of South Korea in 1948; cultural and educational centre. Pop: 9 592 000 (2005 est)

Seoul

(soʊl)

n.
the capital of South Korea, in the W part. 10,229,262.
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Noun1.Seoul - the capital of South Korea and the largest city of AsiaSeoul - the capital of South Korea and the largest city of Asia; located in northwestern South Korea
Republic of Korea, South Korea - a republic in the southern half of the Korean Peninsula; established in 1948
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Seoul

[səʊl] NSeúl m

Seoul

[ˈsəʊl] nSéoul

Seoul

[səʊl] nSeul f
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