This word is often considered musi, indicating that it's sometimes not used in more serious contexts or in toki pona taso conversation. However, it may still be useful to know.
Usage category: obscure
Coined era: post-pu
Coined year: 2021
the Korean group chat "kulupu pi toki pona pi ma Anku"
Virtually unknown outside the Korean toki pona community.
Source Language: toki pona
Etymology: kulupu pi toki pona pi ma Anku (initialism)
Etymology: kulupu, with the bottom-left circle being the composite glyph for toki pona, and the bottom-right circle being a Taegeuk as on the flag of South Korea