"Military president" means "군통령" in Korean.

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군통령
 
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Pronunciation kun-tong-nyŏng
meaning Military president
"Military president" is "군통령"(kun-tong-nyŏng) in Korean.
Things exist hugely popular among the military. It is compound word of 군 (gun) "army", and 통령 (Tongryeon) which is 대통령 (Detongryeon. Such as idol visiting mainly in the consolation performances is called in this way.
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