Step1; Copy and Paste English and/or Korean Word to Papago Translator;
Step2; Korean Sign Language Dictionary on ; http://sldict.korean.go.kr/signhand/hand/main.do
Reading Korean Consonants and Vowels using this homemade A-Z Chart!
04.2018 April2018 Concert of #REUNIFICATIOnCoreanPeninsula;Click on slide 23of23 for 2hours Concert in NorthKorea by SouthKoreanMusicians on #Reunification2018CoreanPeninsula http://media.daum.net/m/media/exhibition/summit2018/?spring_384368046 1917Arirang KOREAN WRITING Museum in Korea
KOREAN WRITING Museum in Korea
thehill.com/policy/.../376766-us-south-korea-to-begin-military-cost-sharing-negotiati...Mar 5, 2018 - Under a cost-sharing deal reached in 2014, Seoul paid $867 million toward U.S. militarycosts that year, and its share has risen each year based on inflation. This year, South Korea is payingabout $890 million, a little less than half of the total. The current deal, the ninth since 1991, expires Dec. 31. The first .
The U.S. currently has 28,500 troops stationed in the country, and South Korea, a longtime ally, pays nearly $890 million a year in expenses, or about half the total cost. That deal expires at the end of this year, and Trump hopes to convince Seoul to foot more of the bill.
South Korea pays about half of the costs for maintaining the 28,000 American troops, which reached 944.1 billion won (S$1.1 billion) in 2016. The payment has gone up steadily - from 488.2 billion won in 2001 to 680.4 billion won in 2005 and 790.4 billion in 2010.One more thing to note when one counts "defence surplus and deficit" is the fact that South Korea is a major purchaser of US arms, having spent 36.4 trillion won on weapons and military equipment over the past 10 years.
*Republic of Korea Marines' Silent Drill Team wow's the crowds with PRECISON and Exceptional SYnchronization! AMAZING! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpKJAGFJC4k