Hanguk


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Hanguk

(ˈhænˈɡʊk)
n
(Placename) the Korean name for South Korea
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(4) Hyeok-sang Sohn and Jeong-ho Choe, "Hanguk ui Dae-Asean (ASEAN) Gonkjeok Gaebal Wonjo (ODA) Jeongchaek: 'Gyeongje Hyeopryeok' gwa 'Gaebal Hyeopryeok' ui Ijungju" (South Korea's ODA Policies towards ASEAN: A Duct of Economic and Development Cooperation], Dongnam Asia Yeongu (The Southeast Asian Review] 18, no.
The divided nation "Hanguk" is standardly referred to as "Korea" in English.
For example, in the Korean language, Korea as a nominally unified nation has long been called "Choson" in the North but "Hanguk" in the South.
Damunhwa sahoe, Hanguk [Korea, multicultural society].
In a 1990 survey by Hanguk Chulpan Yeonguso (Research Institute for Publishing in Korea), the percentage of publications in the 'music' category is still low--only 2.7 percent (22)--and only a small portion of that can be assumed as scores of new compositions.
Sinhallyuui hyeongseonggwa hanguk sahoeui munhwabyeondong [The formation of the New Korean Wave and the sociocultural transformation in South Korea].
I am proud to call myself a 'hanguk sahwi,' or 'son-in-law' to the people of Korea."
Saegangyeong beosgo bomyeon pyeongbeomhan hanguk aideuripnida [They are ordinary Korean children when seen without biases].
ARTIST AND THE ART: Han HanGuk shows the Qatar Peace Map he has created.
Seseuppedeseu: hanguk bangmun choecho seoguin [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Cespedes: The First Western Visitor to Korea].
An English translation of her testimony is in Hanguk Jeongsindae Munje Daechaek Hyobuihoe and Jeongsindae Yeonguhoe, Gangjero kkeullyeogan Joseonin gunwianbudeul (Seoul: Hanul, 1993), 121-32.