Slangs

Slangs

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Airhead.
바보 (babo)

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Are you all right?
괜찮아(요)? (gaen chan ul yo)

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Be careful.
조심해 (jo sim hae)

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Can I help you?
도와줄까? (do wa jul ga)

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Cool it. Cut it out.
그만둬 (ge man doew)

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Damnit!
이 자식! (ee ja sik)

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Don’t worry.
걱정마 (guk jung ma)

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Give me a break.
까불지 마라! (kka bul gi ma ra)

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Good night.
잘 자 (jal ja)

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Got it?
알았지? (al aht ji)

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Great.
굉장하군요 (gang jan ha goon yo)

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Hello? (for telephone)
여보세요? (yo bo sae yo)

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I’m hungry.
배 고파 (bae go pa)

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It’s a kidding.
농담이야 (nong dam ee ya)

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It’s a piece of cake.
낙승 (nok seong)

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It’s no use.
안돼(요) (an dae yo)

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Just moment.
잠깐만요/잠시만요 (jam kkan man yo/jam si man yo)

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Knock it off!
적당히 해라! (juk dang he hae ra)

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Never mind.
신경 쓰지마 (sin gyoung ssu ji ma)

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Nothing.
아무것도 아냐 (ah moo gut do ahna)

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Right?
그래? (goe ra)

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See you next.
다시 또 보자 (da si tto bo ja)

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That’s impossible.
이럴수가 없어요 (ee rer soo ga up uh yo)

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What’s going on?
왜 그래? (wae ge ra)

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What’s up?
무슨 일이 있어? (moo seon il ee it eh)

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You understand?
알아주는 구나 (ahr ah jo nun gu na)

4 Responses

  1. This is exactly what I was looking for.. thanks for sharing.. Really appreciate the efforts put by KimchiCrew for making Korean easy for foreigners. Keep up the good work 🙂

    • Thanks Breeze.
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      Make sure to help us by telling all your friends about this site too.

  2. What an Impressive Site this is i love it! Go Kimchicrew i did not know this slang words thank you for sharing it here!!!

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