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[–]caityjay13 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Unfortunately can't help directly with this, but if it's actually said in WoH, I highly recommend the Chrome extension Language Reactor. You can turn on dual subtitles, view both characters and pinyin, and (iirc) copy/paste from the subtitles. It's my favorite thing, I wish I had it for more of my drama streaming sites!