- What does Haru Haru mean in Korean?
- What does Ottoke mean?
- What is Boya Korean?
- What is Dega in Korean?
- What is Nae Sarang mean?
- What does Arasso mean?
- What does Nan Molla mean in Korean?
- What does Kajima mean in Korean?
- What is saranghae Korean?
- What does Daebak mean?
- What is Aigoo?
- What is Yeoja Chingu in Korean?
- What does Daisuke mean?
What does Haru Haru mean in Korean?
‘day by dayHaru Haru [하루 하루] is the Korean word for ‘day by day;.
In our context it means your daily skincare..
What does Ottoke mean?
What should I do nowOttoke?! This expression means “What should I do now?!” This is usually used when you’re in a difficult situation. For example: I forgot where I put my Alien Registration Card. Ottoke?! (What should I do now?!)
What is Boya Korean?
It’s actually Meoya (뭐야), but for foreigner ears, sounds like “boya”. Meaning: “What?” —- the short expression of “What are you talking about?” “Why did you say/do that?” Never use this toward older people, people you don’t know, not so close friend, more to a stranger.
What is Dega in Korean?
What is “dega” and “uri”? ” dega” is translated often as “I” and “uri” often as “we, ours, mine, my”. In that case “uri” reminds of Japanese “uchi” うち, where it means “home, our home, my home, our, my” What is this “oppa”? I know it means older/respected brother.
What is Nae Sarang mean?
My LoveNae sarang (내 사랑) – “My Love”
What does Arasso mean?
understand“arasso” means “ understand”, “yes”,”know”
What does Nan Molla mean in Korean?
I don’t know”Nan molla” means “I don’t know,” but it’s also used when you’re surprised at something and want to avoid it. EX) Oh my god, I don’t know!
What does Kajima mean in Korean?
Two of my favorite words in Korean are 하지마 (hajima) and 가자마 (kajima). They are both common words in everyday 반말 (banmal) or informal language, and they appear in just about every K-pop song. 하지마 (hajima) usually is translated as “Don’t do it”.
What is saranghae Korean?
All mean “I love you” except for “sarangeul”, but they are different in politeness and formality. Saranghamnida = 사랑합니다(formal, polite) Saranghaeyo = 사랑해요(informal, polite) Saranghae = 사랑해(informal, not polite) Sarangeul = “사랑을” can be an object with the object marker,을 in a sentence. \
What does Daebak mean?
awesome or amazingOne of the most commonly heard slang words in Korean is daebak (대박). … The basic meaning for this word is awesome or amazing. It is also used when you are surprised or shocked about something.
What is Aigoo?
It’s a Korean expression when you feel pity or you are surprised. Like “oh no/oh my god”.
What is Yeoja Chingu in Korean?
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 Daisuke mean?
Possible writings Daisuke can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: 大輔, “big, assist” 大介, “big, mediate” 大祐, “big, bless”