17 Dec 2016
Question about Korean
In finland if we talk somethinqg weird not existing language it is called "Sian saksa" (pig's german) or "heprea" (hebrew) what is the korean name for that? and 닭고기 is chicken meat but it souns like "duck cookie" so I want to learn korean "siansaksa": what is duck cookie in korean?
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