That's not true. I just checked an neither of thse pop up. I gota few responses from it but am not going to try all f them. In one language in the first bar it means pigquet or something. I don't know what that is quite frankly though.
It shows up as this."피구 (to avoid the ball, pigu)" It shows Pigu on both sides due the fact it Cannot recognise that. As for the the korean symbols. there is a difference between the game dodgeball, and the act of dodging a ball. But The symbols don't nessarly mean anything to us. If "Pigu" it self won't come up. You can't use that writing as an example. It's not the same as an english format and is both said differently and used differently then We do.