"Slang of old" means "노땅" in Korean.

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Pronunciation no ddang
meaning Slang of old
"Slang of old" is "노땅"(no ddang) in Korean.
It is a slang relative age refers to a person of the above. For example, 1-2 graders also a collection of college students said that 노땅 (Notan) in fourth grade.
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