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    Hoseo (Korean pronunciation: ; literally "west of the lake") is a region coinciding with the former Chungcheong Province in what is now South Korea. Today, the term refers to Daejeon, Sejong City, South Chungcheong and North Chungcheong Provinces. Hoseo people use Chungcheong dialect.

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  2. Hoseo University was founded in December 1978 as Cheonwon Technical College (천원공업전문대학). In December 1980 the 2-year college was developed into Hoseo University, a 4-year university. It was granted full university status in October 1988. At first, it had only one campus in Cheonan. In February 1989 the second campus was opened in Asan.

  3. Hoseo (harfiah "Barat Danau") adalah nama yang digunakan untuk menyebut bekas Provinsi Chungcheong, Korea Selatan. Saat ini, istilah ini mengacu pada Daejeon , Kota Sejong , Chungcheong Selatan dan Chungcheong Utara .

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  6. Hoseo Univ has been changed and developed a lot but the content of this page isn't allow to modify it by AI. The information is too outmoded. Hankukhaksang ( talk ) 10:39, 24 October 2021 (UTC)

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HoseaHosea - Wikipedia

    In the Hebrew Bible, Hosea, son of Beeri, was an 8th-century BC prophet in Israel and the nominal primary author of the Book of Hosea. He is the first of the Twelve Minor Prophets, whose collective writings were aggregated and organized into a single book in the Jewish Tanakh by the Second Temple period, forming the last book of the Nevi'im; but which writings are distinguished as individual books in Christianity. Hosea is often seen as a "prophet of doom", but underneath his message of destruct

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