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Is the Korean on this van referring to a church?

Is the Korean written on the side of this van referring to some sort of church? Or, what is it saying? credit: Office
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Speaking about concerns with one's employment

I am trying to make it a habit of writing/typing Korean. Could you see if the following makes sense and perhaps help me correct and make sound more natural? 내가 성인 돼 버렸다. 2018년 7월 23일은 내 졸업식이었는데도 내 ...
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Are there any special ways to denote that a word in Korean is a person's name?

Ancient Egyptian placed royal names in Cartouches: an enclosing oval with a line at the end: English of course usually uses a capital letter to denote a person's name. Are there any special ways in ...
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비빔밥 - Examples of 비비다 outside of “Bi-bim-bap”

I love 비빔밥 - Bi-bim-bap. It's a traditional Korean dish where the items in a bowl are served to the customer, and the customer then takes a Korean spoon and mixes it all together. The verb 비비다 (to ...
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Is there a name for this style of text, with Hanja written alongside the Hangul?

The above is part of a rendition of the 독립선언서 at 독립문 station. As someone trying to learn Hanja I find the way that the Hanja is written alongside the Hangul very helpful. Is there a name for this ...
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English “Please”: 제발 vs 부탁해

When one wants to say in Korean, "pleeeease", the way we do in English when we might even add "pretty please with a cherry on top", 제발 seems like a common translation of please; however, I mostly hear ...