As evidenced by a recent study, and after just over seven decades of separation, Korean is no longer the same between North and South. 45% of the surveyed population had problems understanding the dialogues of Koreans from the opposite zone, and in 1% of the cases the North Koreans did not understand at all what the South Koreans told them. In conclusion, and as the linguists dedicated to this company have affirmed, at least a third of the daily vocabulary is no longer the same.

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