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02:32 Oct 30, 2000
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Korean
I need the English word "Korean" translated into Korean.

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na +1한글, 한국어, 한국인, 한국 사람
Kwang Cho



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한글, 한국어, 한국인, 한국 사람

If you mean the Korean language, then the translation should be "한글" or "한국어".

If you mean Korean people, then the translation should be "한국인" or "한국 사람". These two words can be used both as singular and plural nouns.

If the world "Korean" is used in a sentence as an adjective (as a noun modifier) followed by a noun, then you can simply translate the word as "한국" before the noun that it modifies.

Example: Korean food > 한국 음식

Kwang Cho
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