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Deuk Deuk Tong Deuk Deuk Tong or commonly referred to as Ding Ding Tong is a type of traditional candy in Hong Kong. It is a hard maltose candy with sesame and ginger flavours. The sweet is made by first melting maltose, then adding to it various ingredients and continuously stirring the mixture. Before the mixture solidifies, it is put on a metal stick and pulled into a line shape, then coiled into the shape of a plate.
Deuk Deuk Tong In Cantonese, "deuk" means chiselling, breaking things into pieces. When street hawkers sold the candy, it was necessary for them to break apart its original shape with a pair flat chisels, namely "deuk". Chiselling makes noise and attracts children to buy. "Deuk Deuk Tong" was thus named ("Tong" means "candy" or "sugar" in Cantonese). Today, in order to cater to young people's tastes, different flavours of "Deuk Deuk Tong" are also made, including coconut, chocolate, mango, banana, and strawberry flavours.
Ji Kyeong-deuk Ji Kyeong-Deuk (; born 18 July 1990) is a South Korean footballer who plays as a Midfielder for Chungju Hummel in the K League Challenge.
Pi Chun-deuk He depicted ordinary subjects in a simple and delicate way which could be enjoyed by many people regardless of age or gender. The main works "Affinity", "Essay", "Flute Player" can be found in Korean textbooks as part of a regular school curriculum.
Cho Byung-deuk Cho Byung-Deuk (, born May 26, 1958) is a South Korean former football player and goalkeeper coach who currently coaching for K-League side Suwon Samsung Bluewings since 2004 season.
Yu Deuk-gong Yu Deuk-gong (1749–1807) was a Korean scholar during the Joseon Dynasty. He is remembered today for his work in recovering the history of Balhae, which had not generally been considered part of Korean history before his time.
Pi Chun-deuk Born in Seoul on April 21, 1910, his pen name was Geuma. He majored in English Literature at Hujiang University (formally University of Shanghai) in Shanghai. He was a professor at Seoul National University from 1946 - 1974 and taught many students.Before liberation he concentrated on poetic composition and English poetry as an instructor at Gyeongseong Central Business Institute, and after liberation he taught the arts at Gyeongseong University and later taught at Seoul National University.
Pi Chun-deuk Pi initially established himself as a poet with the publication of his poem "Seojeongsogok" (Short Lyrical Piece) in Shindong-a (New Dong-a) in 1930, followed by the publication of "sogok" (Musical Sketch) and "Gasin nim" (My Lover Has Gone). The distinguishing feature of his poetry is its that it excludes all ideas and thoughts and praises the beauty of pure emotion. He also published various essays, including "Nunborachineun bamui chueok" (Memory of a Snowy Night), "Gidarineun pyeonji" (The Waiting Letter), "Muje" (Untitled), and "Naui pail" (My File). Generally, through a clear and consistent delineation of feeling, he portrayed a life overflowing with a poetic sentiment based on a pure sentiment that excludes all thoughts, idea, and subjects. Because his essays are beautifully express the emotions of everyday life through an intimate and delicate style, they tend to read like prosaic lyric poetry. Thus, his essays are regarded as representative works of the lyrical-contemplative essay. In 1947 he gathered all his works that lyrically sang of nature and a childlike heart and published the anthology Seojeongsijip (Collection of Lyrical Poetry). In his 1969 anthology, Sanhowa jinju (Coral and Pearl), he expressed his unattainable aspiration through the metaphor of the coral and pearl, contributing a beautiful and lyrical poem and essay. His "Supil" (Essay), a piece on essay theory written in the form of an essay, deals with the nature and characteristics of the essay. He also published works on English literature such as "Ellijabeseujoui gyususiin" (Elizabethan Female Poets) and "Seikseupieoui soneteu" (Shakespeare's Sonnets). Among his other works are Seojeongsijip, Geuma simunseon (Geuma Poetry Anthology), A Flute Player and Sanhowa jinju (Coral and Pearl).
Lee Deuk-choon Lee Deuk-choon (Hangul: 이득춘, born 16 July, 1962) is a retired male badminton player from South Korea. In 2013, he became Head Coach of the Korean National Badminton Team after nearly 20 years as the Head Coach of the Junior National Team. He replaced Kim Joong-soo, who was the acting Head Coach following the removal of Sung Han-kook. Lee was replaced as Head Coach on January 1, 2017 by Kang Kyung-jin.
Kang Deuk-soo Kang Deuk-Soo (Korean: 강득수) (born on January 1, 1961) is a South Korean football player and manager.