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Dutch words in Korea and Japanese Language.

On August 24, 1609, the feudal ruler of Japan, the shōgun Tokugawa Ieyasu,[1] accorded a group of Dutchmen a pass which allowed them to trade in Japan. This fact as such would not be so noteworthy, were it not that between 1640 and 1854 — a period of more than two hundred years — the Dutch were the only Europeans who were allowed to have trade relations with the Land of the Rising Sun. 

Frits Vos
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Under the influence of Jan Jansz. Weltevree and Hendrick Hamel lot’s of Dutch words also became Korean.

About there adventures: 

Jan Jansz. Weltevree :  Weltevree foundation

Hendrick Hamel:          Hamel

More about Deshima:  The Dutch in Japan