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Thank you very much for your recent edit on Girls' Generation article editing everything from 바보시대 to 소녀시대, I didn't notice that at all, and it'd have stayed like that for a long time if nobody changed. Props to you. Chocolat ≈ Dubulge (Chat Me Up) 14:12, 6 January 2012 (UTC)
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Hello from the OSCE
Hi Sangjinhwa! Hi, I’m Jonny, an editor from the Communication and Media Relations Section of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe. We’d like to stimulate Wikipedia editors to help improve the quality of our main page here, as well as some related pages.
You're probably the most active recent editor to our main page, which is why I'm reaching out. I've made some suggestions for edits on the talk page of our main article. If you have the time and interest, please take a look. Jonny - OSCE Editor (talk) 09:25, 13 March 2015 (UTC)