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Keijo (京城; Gyeongseong (경성) in Korean) was the Japanese name of Seoul during the Japanese Occupation of Korea. Kei (京) means "capital" and jo (城) means "castle", a reference to the seong in Hanseong (한성; 漢城), the name of Seoul during the Joseon Dynasty.

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