kobang

kobang

(ˈkəʊbæŋ) or

koban

n
(Currencies) an oblong Japanese gold coin, no longer in use
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On the night of April 7, 2016, hundreds of people packed out the Baltimore Soundstage to honor Tate Kobang, the rapper who, a year earlier, made a national splash with his breakout single "Bank Rolls," positioning him as the first potential national rap star the city produced in over a decade.
They moved to their lodging, a resort in Mount Kobang in the North Korean capital, at around 3:40 p.m.
"Our troops left Iraq in December 2008, but when I see Kurdish people supporting the Korean team here I feel like I am still at Zaytun Camp with the troops," said Kim Nam Seon, who runs Kobang, a restaurant in Erbil.Seon worked as an advisor and interpreter for the Korean military when they were based in Kurdistan Region.
Non-naturalized are: daimio, dairi, inro, itzebu, kago, k'ai shu, kanji, kirin, kobang, Rinzai, sennin, seppuku, shaku, shakudo, shippo, soroban, soshi.
Kobang, a new restaurant in Erbil, is designed and decorated according to Korean tradition.