386 generation
 n.— «Many of them were imprisoned while staging anti-government and unification activities in the 1980s. They belong to the so-called “386 Generation.”» —“Student Activists in 1980s Gear Up for New Social Movement” Korea Times (Seoul, S. Korea) June 11, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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