After 70 years apart, North and South Koreans speak increasingly different languages

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After 70 years apart, North and South Koreans speak increasingly different languages

Message  gerardM le Lun 16 Mar - 1:08

Howdy.

I post this here,
as a stand alone topic,
in "Culture..."
as it's very important to realize that
two languages can diverge
(now, think about French from France and from Québec,
about British and American En,
about French and English;
etc.)

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After 70 years apart, North and South Koreans speak increasingly different languages
On one side of the line that has divided two societies for so long, the words arrive as fast as globalization can bring them — English-based lingo like “shampoo,”...
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