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The Nureongi are mongrel dogs with yellowish coloring. The term is the transliteration of the Korean word "누렁이" meaning "yellow one”.
There are several meanings of nureongi ("누렁이"), which basically means yellowy:
- A yellow object or animal.
- A dog or cow with yellow fur.
- A common language expression for golden.