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In the South Korean army, nametapes include the soldier's name in Hangul (Korean writing system) on the top, and transliterated in the roman alphabet on the bottom (presumably to ease interpersonal relations due to extensive cooperation with the U.S. Army). Nametapes are sewn directly onto the upper right breast on the jacket, usually subdued in dark olive colour and black lettering.

Another category of: Ground Forces Patches

National Flag, subdued Artillery service 1st INFANTRY DIVISION Patch. South Korea Army 9th SPECIAL FORCES BRIGADE Insignia Patch. South Korea DMZ service
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