[KS] Inquiry from a New York Times columnist

Henny Savenije webmaster at henny-savenije.pe.kr
Tue Jul 26 02:57:30 EDT 2016

>(Koreans call it arbeit, a german word),

One correction, even though it's also a German word it came into 
Korean through the Japanese who borrowed it from the Dutch, through 
Dejima, where the Dutch resided and did business with the Japanese 
for 350 years. Arbeid is also a Dutch word.
>Hang Ryeol Na, Rochester NY

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