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About the first republic

I don't know who get in charge after South Korea get freed on october 2008, but who really liberated the regions was the argentinian army..., the ones that opened the battles where Pier, I don't remember the second, and the third one was Joimzhando (using the money he stole from Argentina treasury some months before). And as I remember, it was more for the lulz than anything else, I don't remember if even there was a serious intention, or even some intervention from the alliance, besides trolling a bit Peace and Japan.
I will try to ask some argentinians about it to be sure, as I was just a 2-month older these days... and it was my first fight, XD--Icon-Chile.png Purohueso (talk if you want) 05:27, 29 July 2010 (UTC)


I'm trying to figure out this whole translation business. The President of eSouth Korea translated the history on our wiki page in an article and I tasked myself with putting it up on the wiki for any Koreans that came by. Unfortunately, I didn't quite get that when you're creating page, you have to do Page/Translation. I did Page/Name of Language. I moved the page based on the google translation of the English word Korean as I didn't have any fluent Koreans around. I still have the unfortunate problem of the Korean ball not showing up on the LangMenu. I'm not sure if this is because google translate failed as usual or because I'm missing something here. Help? Yonai Keiko 04:32, 12 August 2010 (UTC)


Yay! As it turns out it was an incorrect translation. Mainly because I was translating the English word Korean instead of the real name of the language, Hangul. So now the page shows up on the LangMenu perfectly fine. The one thing is that I've left a number of pages in my wake. should I redirectm those pages, or should I request that they get deleted. If the latter, how exactly should I do so?Yonai Keiko 04:04, 14 August 2010 (UTC)

Normally, you should put a deletion template on them, and wait for a sysop to delete them (that may take some time, but don't worry about that). You created 3 pages out of the try, well, clearly you had just learnt through the "try-fail" method (no idea how it's translated correctly to english), :P I'm putting the deletion templates on those pages, and I'm about to add an "incomplete" to the correctly one, as you should attempt to translate it fully. I know that you might not know korean, but I would suggest that you try to gather some people that might help you with that..., and also, to translate the wiki to it. If you need any help, just tell me by a message on my talk_page, ;)--Icon-Chile.png Purohueso (talk if you want) 02:24, 14 August 2010 (UTC)

Thanks for the help, Purohueso. I'm working on gathering some translators to finish the page and do some of the other important pages in the wiki. With our increase in Korean-speaking citizens, it's important we get them translated. Even if I can't get enough people working on the rest of the wiki, I'll definitely have someone finishing this page soon. Thanks again for the help! Yonai Keiko 04:04, 14 August 2010 (UTC)

1st native Korean president

Some people said that it's Grease, but I found out that Peter de LusionisT Bae can use hangul and write in Korean well. Who is the first native Korean CP? --KIDE777 00:24, 1 August 2013 (PDT)