I brought this up recently but didn't get any answer.

1) The name of a Korean general, Kim Yusin, is listed as 'Jin Yuxin' for some reason. Can you please correct that.

2) In Korean culture, it's XII level mounted troop is named 'Taichi Tiger cavaliers'. 'Taichi' doesn't sound like Korean.

3) Background music for Korean keep sounds more of Chinese, not traditional Korean.

It seems there is a mixing of two cultures which are distinctively different which may mislead some users.

Please review and correct. Thank you.