Is the Korean written on the side of this van referring to some sort of church? Or, what is it saying?enter image description here credit: Office

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Oddly, we already have this question on the SE network:

They've translated it as "Hallelujah Church of Scranton", although the word-for-word translation is "Scranton Hallelujah Church".

Scranton = 스크랜턴
Hallelujah= 할렐루야
Church = 교회 (only partially visible in the picture)

The Korean alphabet is phonetic, and the first two words are just transliterations of the English (or Hebrew, in the second case). '교회' is the normal Korean word for church.

  • My searches are not to thorough, apparently. Thanks! – Dr. Shmuel Nov 8 at 8:42
  • @Dr.Shmuel easier to search once you know what it says though :) – topo morto Nov 8 at 8:57

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