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What is native alphabet thing on G-325A?

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My spouse's home country uses Cyrillic, and this is what she did. So, yes, you will write your name in your native alphabet.

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Yes, Korean.

Some foreign languages are different but use the same letters as English, like French or German. Korean obviously uses different letters/symbols. That is what they are talking about.

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