Russia Vs Korea Republic

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Russia vs Korea Republic What we can expect Preview and Prediction

17 June 2014 | 9:30 am Russia vs Korea Republic – What we can expect – Preview and Prediction

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17 June 2014 | 6:00 am NORTHWOODS LEAGUE

Who Wins the 2014 World Cup of ETFs?

12 June 2014 | 1:35 pm With the 2014 World Cup starting it Brazil, we thought it would be fun to see who would win an ETF version of this event.

FIFA World Cup 2014 Match In Pics: Russia vs Korea Republic – India

18 June 2014 | 12:25 am Aleksandr Kerzhakov came on as a substitute to score the leveller for Russia's 1-1 draw against Korea Republic.

Russia vs. South Korea, 2014 World Cup: A draw that helps no one …

17 June 2014 | 9:54 pm Whether or not it was what they were going for, Russia and South Korea are now in a race to see who can win a goal differential battle in their final two games.

FIFA World Cup 2014 Live Updates, Russia vs Korea Republic – India

17 June 2014 | 9:36 pm Russia and Korea Republic fail to get three points and join Belgium at the top of Group H. Both teams share the spoils. Kerzhakov brings back the Russians back from one goal down to level the game. Full-time score 1-1.

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  • Is There Any Difference Between The Korean Spoken In N Korea Vs S Korea? It doesn’t take much time for a language to start adding new words and evolving. It’s been about 60 years since the two countries were one. Have there been many changes in the spoken or written language in these two countries while they have been separated?

    • Curator says:

      Oh, definitely. When I studied abroad in South Korea I volunteered with a program that tutored North Korean refugees, and sometimes they’d talk about stuff like learning to speak in a Seoul accent rather than their NK one and learning sooo much new vocabulary, especially because South Koreans regularly use a lot of borrowed words from English, Chinese, Japanese, German, etc. In North Korea, however, many of these loanwords are not used, but NK does use some vocabulary borrowed from Russia. While South Korea still uses hanja (chinese characters; hanja is taught in schools and used sometimes in books, newspapers, restaurant menus, for many peoples names, and sometimes names of businesses/dramas/books/etc) the North Korean government officially stopped using hanja in 1949 and replaced many words with Chinese roots with new native Korean words (though there are still some Chinese-borrowed words used in the North.. but they’re like, never written as hanja).

      There are observable differences in pronunciation, spelling, word spacing, and vocabulary. For instance, North Koreans refer to their nation as “조선” (Joseon, also name of the last dynasty before Japanese colonial period) whereas South Koreans use “한국” (Hanguk, Korea) and “대한민국” (Daehanminguk, Republic of Korea). The languages are also 조선어 (Joseon-eo) and 한국어 (Hanguk-eo) in the respective nations. There are more vocabulary differences (like 아이스크림, ice cream in the South is 어름보승이, oreumboseungi, in the North; 옥수수, oksusu [corn] in the South is 강냉이, kangnaengi, in the North).

      Wikipedia actually has a pretty good article on the topic that goes into more detail about differences in pronunciation and spelling and all that, so if you’re interested, here’s the link 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Let’s hope not.

      If it’s going to happen, it will most likely be China/Communism vs America/some-combo-of-UN/AlliedForces/democratic-republic promoters. Not sure how Russia or Korea will stand though.

      There is also a chance the war will start or just be within China, with Communism vs Capitalism, since it is a country’s market essentially following capitalist rules but is politically communism.

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