조선에서 사람들 조선옷을 입어요. - N. Korean version
In North Korea, 한복 is called 조선옷 as Korea is 조선 in NK dialect
People in Korea wear hanboks. Is that not right.
Theres a lot of minor discrepencies ive realized. Just a flaw and nature of beta
There are minor discrepencies ive realized too. Just the nature of beta.. i put in what you wrote too. It should be right
People in Korea wear hanboks should be accepted
Why is "People in Korea wear Korean clothes (dress)" considered wrong?
because there's more korean clothes than just a hanbok, its like saying a saari is the only indian clothing there is, when it's just one common article
I got this question wrong so many times becuause I typed "where" instead of "wear"