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Creator's note keii4ii

According to the "standard" Korean romanization rules, keol is supposed to be 걸 which sounds like "gull." But I personally find that extremely counter-intuitive. So I've been using keol to represent 결 which is "gull" but with a Y after the G. Online translators usually have a feature that pronounces the word for you, so you can C&P 결 into one and hear it for yourself.

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