"Gyeongsang" meaning in English

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Proper name

Etymology: Borrowed from Korean 경상도(慶尙道) (Gyeongsangdo). Doublet of Kyŏngsang. Etymology templates: {{bor|en|ko|^경상도(慶尙道)}} Korean 경상도(慶尙道) (Gyeongsangdo), {{doublet|en|Kyŏngsang}} Doublet of Kyŏngsang Head templates: {{en-proper noun}} Gyeongsang
  1. A province of South Korea. Wikipedia link: Gyeongsang Categories (place): Places in South Korea, Provinces of South Korea Derived forms: North Gyeongsang, South Gyeongsang Related terms: Chungcheong, Gangwon, Gyeonggi, Hamgyeong, Hwanghae, Jeju, Jeolla, Pyeongan Translations (province of South Korea): 경상도 (Gyeongsangdo) (alt: 慶尙道) (Korean)
    Sense id: en-Gyeongsang-en-name-Kp-F27h- Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, Terms with Korean translations

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          "ref": "[1890 August, J. B. Bernadou, “Korea and the Koreans”, in The National Geographic Magazine, volume II, number 4, Washington, D. C.: National Geographic Society, →ISSN, →OCLC, page 234",
          "text": "The key to the latter, showing the entire kingdom, as well as one of the expanded sheets showing the Kyöngsang province in the southeast, and the Nakdong river, the most important stream of the land, are appended to this paper, and will serve to indicate the progress independently attained by the Koreans in the art of map making.]",
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