In Korean, sajaseong-eo (Korean: 사자성어; Hanja: 四字成語) are four-character idioms, the analog of Chinese chengyu and Japanese yojijukugo, and generally but not always of Chinese origin. They have analogous categorization to the analogs in other languages, such as gosaseong-eo (고사성어; 故事成語) for historical idioms. A list (in Korean) can be found at 부록:사자성어; a list with English translations may be found at: "Structure of four character idioms".

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  • In Korean, sajaseong-eo (Korean: 사자성어; Hanja: 四字成語) are four-character idioms, the analog of Chinese chengyu and Japanese yojijukugo, and generally but not always of Chinese origin. They have analogous categorization to the analogs in other languages, such as gosaseong-eo (고사성어; 故事成語) for historical idioms. A list (in Korean) can be found at 부록:사자성어; a list with English translations may be found at: "Structure of four character idioms". (en)
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  • In Korean, sajaseong-eo (Korean: 사자성어; Hanja: 四字成語) are four-character idioms, the analog of Chinese chengyu and Japanese yojijukugo, and generally but not always of Chinese origin. They have analogous categorization to the analogs in other languages, such as gosaseong-eo (고사성어; 故事成語) for historical idioms. A list (in Korean) can be found at 부록:사자성어; a list with English translations may be found at: "Structure of four character idioms". (en)
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  • Sajaseong-eo (en)
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