(Korean language) Essay on cursing
|Warning: "words of affect" below; if they were in my own language, I might not have them here, but in a foreign language, even when knowing that they are words that don't leave people cold, they don't move me that much. And this post is solely for the purpose of education. (This is hunjangûi karûch'im, right?)|
Ended up on a scholarly-looking essay on cursing in Korean when googling for cannot remember what. I can't find the author of the essay, but he or she has apparently given a lot of thought on the subject.
Addition. These sites seem to open mostly in non-Korean coding so that the characters don't show. Changing the browser language coding to Korean should do.
Below are the chapter titles of the essay.
I'll finish with a good piece of teaching:
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