Hàn Quốc

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Sino-Vietnamese word from 韓國, from Korean 한국 (Han'guk); see further notes there. In Vietnam, this name was adopted in 1994 by the request of South Korea, whose position is that Triều Tiên (Joseon) is not the preferred term as it is associated with North Korea.[1]


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Hàn Quốc

  1. South Korea
    Synonyms: (previously North Vietnam) Nam Triều Tiên, (Overseas Vietnamese, previously South Vietnam) Nam Hàn

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Hàn Quốc

  1. South Korean
    Synonyms: Hàn, Nam Hàn

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  1. ^ “Sông Hán và Hàn Quốc [The Han river and South Korea (Hanguk)]”, in PetroTimes[1], 2012 December 10, retrieved 5 August 2021