Korean

Korean typically refers to the Korean language or a Korean person.

Other uses include:

  • any or all of the cultures of Korea: traditional culture or North or South Korean contemporary cultures
  • rulers or subjects of Korea, a former kingdom on the Korean peninsula
  • citizens of North Korea, or the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
  • citizens of South Korea, or the Republic of Korea
  • Overseas Koreans
  • Korean-Americans, Americans of Korean descent
  • Korean-Australians, Australians of Korean descent
  • Korean cuisine

Other articles related to "korean":

Japan–Korea Disputes - Geographic Disputes - Liancourt Rocks
... Japanese and Dokdo (독도, 獨島 "solitary island") in Korean, are a group of islets in the East Sea (Sea of Japan) whose ownership is disputed between South Korea and Japan ... Korean tourists visit the remote, inhospitable island, in order to show national solidarity ... the islets are currently administered by the Republic of Korea (South Korea), which has its Korean Coast Guard stationed there ...
1950 - Events - June
... June 25 – Korean War begins North Korean troops cross the 38th parallel into South Korea ... June 27 – Korean War U.S ... June 28 Korean War North Korean forces capture Seoul ...
Jinul
... Chinul or Jinul (知訥 1158–1210) was a Korean monk of the Goryeo period, who is considered to be the most influential figure in the formation of Korean Seon Buddhism ... of corruption that had crept into the sangha, Jinul sought to establish a new movement within Korean Seon which he called the "samadhi and prajna society ... Essence-Function (體用) is a key concept of Korean Buddhism ...
Kim Jaegyu
... Kim Jaegyu (March 6, 1926 – May 24, 1980) was a South Korean Army Lieutenant General and the director of the Korean Central Intelligence Agency ... He assassinated South Korean President Park Chung-hee, who had been one of his closest friends for a long time, on October 26, 1979 ...
Japan–Korea Disputes - Miscellaneous Issues - Kimchi Exports
... dispute arose regarding the marketing of kimchi, considered to be a traditional Korean dish ... Korean manufacturers, however, argued that Japanese kimchi is fundamentally different, in that Japanese manufacturers often skip fermentation and mimic the flavors through the use of additives ... Korean producers argued that this made the product fundamentally different from kimchi, while Japanese producers argued they were simply altering the product to fit ...