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Jayelle_Kdiamond💎 Jul 5
Jin's weverse post is a good example to show how Korean language is context oriented. We normally omit subjects & objects for casual conversations. (I) self dyed (my hair) but failed. => Trans) I dyed my hair on my own but it didn't come out good. 👍💜
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KpopLo_ve ~ Baby watch your mouth ~ 16 Oct 17
Im going to try and pass on the fun/interesting phrases I learn in Korean class...I'M NOT FLUENT! CORRECT ME IF WRONG!
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Jayelle_Kdiamond💎 Aug 13
: There are some English words used in Korea with different meanings. Service = extra dish/products given for free Open car = convertible Tension = mood/condition Fighting = Go for it! (cheering) Hand phone = cellphone Eye shopping = window shopping Health = gym
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🅗🅔🅘🅓🅘 🅗🅔🅨🅓🅩 22 Sep 17
Done with my assignment. Tomorrow's another day in class.
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yetanotherboringperson 4 Jun 18
벼락 ☇ is now my favorite Korean word. No better way to learn a language than argue with your bf about it ♡
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Desireé Oct 17
배 (pae) trans. stomach, pear, or boat 🤦‍♀️
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Desireé 2 Aug 18
Seungri is pronounced as "Seungni" in Korean. (Like how Jongro becomes Jongno when you pronounce it.)
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Jayelle_Kdiamond💎 Jun 3
희로애락(喜怒哀樂)[Hiroaerak] 희喜[Hee] -Joy 노/로怒[No/Ro] -Anger 애哀[Ae] -Sorrow 락樂[Rak] -Happiness/Fun Meaning: all kinds of emotions Such is life we all share, relate & cherish together Don't mind negative media outlet. These are ours only💜
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SS501 Forever Fans 8 May 18
..let us learn some basic korean words and phrases! by ^_^ . . ..credit to all the photo owners, I just add notes, photos are not mine. . ..please correct me if some of the words or...
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MultilingualPh Aug 22
KOREANS OFTEN USE COMMUNAL PRONOUNS.
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Persona 💜 13 Sep 18
Anyone here knows how to speak/write Korean?? I'm having hard time writing my name. Pls help ㅠㅠ
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Lollikpop 16 Jun 18
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du-anne Apr 2
Korean sentence structure is SOV - SUBJECT OBJECT VERB
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Virgo Clemente Lopez 3 Aug 18
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Honeydewthings Aug 27
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LingoJump Sep 23
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MultilingualPh Aug 22
THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF NUMBERS.
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MultilingualPh 7 Aug 18
In 2012, a prison in the South Korean city of Pohang became home to the world’s first robotic prison guards. The country also uses robots to guard the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea and as teachers.
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MultilingualPh 7 Aug 18
Group blind dating in South Korea is called “Meeting” or “So-getting” and is a very popular way for young university students to meet over dinner and drinks.
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whereismyvisahuhu 26 Sep 17
Enjoying korean online class 🤗 mastered the hangul in less than half an hour 😬😁 hanahana hangul
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