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Songnim[edit]

The trill [r] rarely occurs in Korean, but I think you wanted to put a tap [ɾ]. Please see the revised Compendium of Korean Language Norms published by the North Korean government in 2010. When /ㄹ/ is followed by [m] or [ŋ], it is pronounced as [n]. (Article 24 in Chapter 8) --Vindication (talk) 14:25, 10 February 2017 (UTC)

DPRK-Pyongui Line.png, Pyongra Line and etc.[edit]

Hi!

I want to send a big thanks to you for creating these much more detailed works. Furthermore if I have time I would like to reorganise them to vector files. Oppashi (talk) 19:01, 19 February 2017 (UTC)

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