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ISSN : 1226-4822(Print)
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The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea Vol.28 No.1 pp.247-270
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.14353/sjk.2020.28.1.10

A Study of Spoken and Written Expressions of South and North Korean

Hong Jongseon

Abstract

In this study, the linguistic features of spoken and written expressions of South and North Korean were examined through the analysis of quasi-spoken language corpora. The Korean language can be understood better through a broader study of spoken language than written language. In this paper, the frequencies of the use of parts of speech, transformative endings, the forms of ending sentences/utterances, types of sentences/utterances, degree adverbs used as the meaning ‘very’ were researched. The language expressions of South and North Korean have a lot in common, but there are not a few differences in part. The differences appear more in colloquialism than in written language. The exact understanding of them will be possible by building a very large scale of spoken and written corpus of South and North Korean.

남북 우리말의 구어와 문어

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