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Dae·jeon

 (dī-jôn′) also Tae·jon (tī-)
A city of central South Korea south-southeast of Seoul. It is an agricultural center and a railroad hub.
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From 1982 to 1985, he had been a researcher at the Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute, Daejon, Korea.
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Daejon, South Korea: Statistical Research Institute; 2008.
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(83) In its January 2017 ruling the South-Korean Daejon District Court decided that that statue should indeed be returned not to Japan but to the Buseok Temple "considering the historical and religious value of the statue".