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{{See also|History of Korea}}
 
{{See also|History of Korea}}
   
The earliest records of Korean history are written in [[Chinese character]]s. Even after the invention of [[hangul]], Koreans generally recorded native Korean names with [[hanja]], by [[translation]] of meaning, [[transliteration]] of sound, or even combinations of the two. Furthermore, the pronunciations of the same character are somewhat different in Korean and the various Korean dialects, and have changed over time.
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s. Even after the invention of [[hangul]], Koreans generally recorded native Korean names with [[hanja]], by [[translation]] of meaning, [[transliteration]] of sound, or even combinations of the two. Furthermore, the pronunciations of the same character are somewhat different in Korean and the various Korean dialects, and have changed over time.
   
 
For all these reasons, in addition to the sparse and sometimes contradictory written records, it is often difficult to determine the original meanings or pronunciations of ancient names.
 
For all these reasons, in addition to the sparse and sometimes contradictory written records, it is often difficult to determine the original meanings or pronunciations of ancient names.
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