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    Teuroteu, a music genre still popular in Korea and Japan is a kind of music that pulls the heartstrings of listeners. As the pronunciation implies, Teruroteu sounds quite not English, but when I found it in dictionary, I could find the following examples.
    There's some English words that are from Korean such as Kimchi or hwabyong, but I can't even guess if Teuroteu is from Korean or Japanese or possibly English. I have no idea, Tell me if you have heard of this word.

    ex1)Teuroteu is growing in popularity.
    ex2)Trot sells, so yes, trot it is
    ex3)These days, she's active as a teuroteu singer
    Last edited by keannu; 26-Dec-2011 at 15:37.

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    Re: Teuroteu

    It's not from any English that I know- I don't know about Japanese.


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