May 20, 2024
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Bridging the app: South-North Korean translator launched

Manufacturers look to complete unfinished work of past proposed dictionary projects

The South Korean advertising company Cheil, the non-profit education organization DreamTouchForAll and Community Chest of Korea have launched a North Korean-to-South Korean translation application.

The application, called Univoca: South Korean-North Korean Translator, contains about 3,600 South Korean terms chosen from three different South Korean high school textbooks.

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