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One of our favorite Korean interjections is hul!" "WTF" or "Eeep!", it comes in handy prett-ty darn often. OC sold out of the CAT SWEATER again.

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OC KOREAN SLANG DICTIONARY: Sad face! When something's getting you down in Korea, the term anseup comes in handy––it literally means "eyes getting humid." Example: "Watching WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE is making me anseup!" (PS. When the waterworks really come, the word for Kleenex is the same in Korean!):

When something's getting you down in Korea, the term anseup comes in handy––it literally means "eyes getting humid." Example: "Watching MIRACLES IN CELL NO 7 is making me anseup! Kleenex is the same in Korean)

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kubbuckji - what a lovely description for girls with normal sized/curvy thighs!

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As promised, here are the Easy Korean Series 11 – All Rights Reserved for The Korea Times.

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I thought I'll share some of my Korean Language resources with my readers. Not too heavy content. Just simple illustrations of day-to-day situations. Who knows, they might come in handy if you shou.

Here are some common Korean vocabulary for titles that people use for one another. Remember that Korean uses titles for people most times (not all the time) instead of addressing them directly by n…

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