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PronunciationEdit

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?busan
Revised Romanization (translit.)?busan
McCune–Reischauer?pusan
Yale Romanization?pusan

Etymology 1Edit

 
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Sino-Korean word from 釜山, from (phonogramic character) + (mountain). In the fifteenth century, the place name was written 부산 (富山, Busan), with a different character to represent the presumably native element bu-, of unclear meaning.

Proper nounEdit

부산 (Busan) (hanja 釜山)

  1. Busan (a city in South Korea)
    부산광역시Busan-'gwang'yeoksiBusan Metropolitan City

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

부산 (busan)

  1. din; ruckus; commotion
    Synonym: 야단(惹端) (yadan)
    아이 부산 떨고 있었다.
    Ai-deur-eun busan-eul tteolgo isseotda.
    The children were making a ruckus.
Derived termsEdit