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386 generation

386 generation
 n.— «The “386 generation” of people born in the 1960s and the “shinsedae” of people born in the 1970s will demand changes in traditional top-down decision making in Korean organizations.» —“1999—The sideways year” Korea Herald (Seoul, S. Korea) Jan. 6, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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