- How do you say OK in Korean slang?
- What does Yeoboseyo mean?
- What is Aegyo in Kpop?
- What is Arasso?
- What do you call a girlfriend in Korean?
- What does Orabeoni mean?
- What does Eottoke mean?
- What does the squiggly line mean in Korean?
- How do you say hehe in Korean?
- How do you say bye in Korean?
- What does Jagiya and Yeobo mean?
- What does ♡ mean in texting?
How do you say OK in Korean slang?
“ㅇㅋ” This is also from the English, and means “okay.” Usage of this in Korea is the same as “okay” is used in English..
What does Yeoboseyo mean?
여보세요 • (yeoboseyo) hello (when asking or answering the telephone) hello (when trying to get the attention of someone who does not appear to be listening)
What is Aegyo in Kpop?
Aegyo (Korean: 애교; Hanja: 愛嬌) in Korean refers to a cute display of affection often expressed including but not limited to through a cute/baby voice, facial expressions, and gestures.
What is Arasso?
okay is used in Korean. The word arasso is used in Korean meaning understood,Understand,okay?, alright,okay.
What do you call a girlfriend in Korean?
여자친구 (yeojachingu) The word ‘girlfriend’ is quite simple to learn. It is made up of two words: the word 여자 (yeoja), which means ‘woman’; and the word 친구 (chingu), which means ‘friend’. … They can be combined to make the short word 여친 (yeochin), which is sort of like saying GF in English.
What does Orabeoni mean?
오라버니 • (orabeoni) formal variant of 오빠 (oppa) (“elder brother of a female”)
What does Eottoke mean?
how/what to do어떻게 (eottoke) – how/what to do? Ah…the quintesential eottoke… Actually eottoke literally means “how” and is also use in your normal question like “how to make a… blabla.” etc. However, what’s interesting is that Koreans use eottoke in place of “what to do”.
What does the squiggly line mean in Korean?
One adds the “squiggly line” when one wants to be informal, friendly, or express lightheartedness. For example, simply replying “Yes” may sound formal and somewhat boring, almost like a robot. Adding the tilde adds (“Yes~”) a little bit of emotion to the word.
How do you say hehe in Korean?
The equivalent of “haha” or “hehe,” people use ㅋㅋ (kk) or ㅎㅎ (hh) to not necessarily show real laughter but more as a text filler to make their texts in Korean friendlier or lighter. But if someone manages to make a super hilarious joke via text, many people use 푸하하 (puhaha) to show that there is actual laughter (or at …
How do you say bye in Korean?
Informal ‘Goodbye’ in Korean안녕 (annyeong) The simplest way to say ‘goodbye’ in Korean is to say 안녕 (annyeong). … 잘 가 (jal ga) If the other person is leaving, then you can say 잘 가 (jal ga), meaning ‘go well’.나 먼저 갈게 (na meonjeo galge) … 다음에 봐 (daeume bwa) … 내일 봐 (naeil bwa) … 24 replies to “How to Say ‘Goodbye’ in Korean”
What does Jagiya and Yeobo mean?
What does Jagiya and Yeobo mean? 여보 ( yeobo) is used by married. couples, usually in their thirties. or older. 자기야 (jagiya ) is used by.
What does ♡ mean in texting?
I love youIt is a heart. It means “love” or “I love you” or “You’re my best friend, I love you” something like that.