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Cheoeum(-)cheoreom (Korean: 처음처럼), also known as Chum(-)churum is a Korean word that comes from Cheoum (Korean: 처음; literally the first) and Cheoreom (Korean: 처럼; literally like), and means like the first time. It may also refer to:
- Cheoeumcheoreom, a collection of essay by Shin Young-bok
- Chum-Churum, soju in South Korea, stem from aforesaid collection of essay Cheoeumcheoreom
- Cheoeumcheoreom, a song of debut studio album by T-ara
- Cheoeumcheoreom, a song of debut album of the same name by Sung Si-kyung
- Cheoeumcheoreom, a soundtrack of Romance Zero by Lee Tae-sung
- Cheoeumcheoreom, a soundtrack of I Do, I Do by Kim Tae-hyung
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