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Is the TOPIK 1-6 equivalent for CEFR A1 to C2?

According to the Wikipedia article on TOPIK, the TOPIK level 1 to 6 is equivalent for CEFR A1 to C2, respectively. However, I'm quite doubtful of its comparison, especially because many Japanese ...
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What does 도토리 키재기긴 한데 mean?

I've tried to translate this sentence '재보나 마나 도토리들 키재기긴 한데'. I looked up this phrase '도토리 키재기긴 한데' on Naver to find out it's used pretty often in many different situations. But I don't understand what ...
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Difference between ~고도 and ~아도/어도/여도

Can you explain the differences between ~고도 and ~아도/어도/여도. Where can I use ~고도 instead of ~아도/어도/여도 and vice versa?
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What does 레이파니 mean in this sentence?

When I translated it, the word 레이파니 just translated as Reifany or Leifany but I don't know what that is. Even when I searched for it on google, I didn't find anything. 곧장 레이파니에 맡겨 뒀었지요 I left it ...
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description of intonation variation with exclamative sentences (various cases envisaged)

In the question "description of intonation variation with declarative, interrogative, propositive, imperative, exclamative, …?" topo morto said that exclamative intonations intonations are often ...
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더 sounds like tteo (fortis) instead of deo (lenis) in a rapping part of K-Pop?

Here it is from 1:20-1:21. https://youtu.be/ogUI4eeHsCg?t=120 It at least sounds like fortis to me. This part is rapped by a Japanese person (Sakura), but I figure K-Pop has some regulations to make ...