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Subject: 1·25 인터넷 대란, 12월의 기적 (Miracles In December), List of two-letter combinations, 12월 15일, 11번가
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KT, kT or kt may refer to:


  • Arts and entertainment 1
  • Organizations 2
  • People 3
  • Places 4
    • Vehicle registration plate codes 4.1
  • Science and technology 5
  • Titles 6
  • Other uses 7
  • See also 8

Arts and entertainment

  • KT Bush Band, group formed by musician Kate Bush
  • Knight (chess), a board game piece (as used in notation)
  • Koopa Troopa, a Nintendo character
  • KT (film), a 2002 Japanese political thriller film, based on the real-life kidnapping of Kim Dae-jung
  • Kyle Travers, the protagonist of Final Fight: Streetwise, a beat-'em-up video game


  • Birgenair, was a Turkish charter airline company with headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey by IATA code
  • Kensington Temple, a Pentecostal church in west London, UK
  • Kepner-Tregoe, a consulting and training firm centered around the critical thinking process of the same name
  • KT Corporation, a telecommunications company in South Korea, formerly Korea Telecom
  • Koei Tecmo, a holding company created in 2009 by the merger of Japanese video game companies Koei and Tecmo
  • Kataller Toyama, a football club in Japan



Vehicle registration plate codes

Science and technology


Other uses

  • Karlstads-Tidningen (KT), Swedish newspaper released in Karlstad
  • "Kept Term" as in ATKT (Allowed to keep terms), used in Indian education system
  • Kriegstransporter, a series of World War II German merchant ships (KT 1 - KT 62), such as KT 3
  • King Tiger, a German tank designed during World War II
  • Kt, karat or Carat (purity) in analyzing gold alloys
  • KT, acronym for Knowledge transfer, transferring knowledge from one part of an organization to another
  • KT for Krylatyj Tank, the Antonov A-40 tank, also nicknamed the "flying tank" or "winged tank"

See also

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