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Joo-geen-dah
죽인다
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Posted by: regxjinRating:0.1  
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The original meaning is, killing. But in Korean slang, it means to "look good," or "awesome!" If a pretty lady was to walk by, you would tell your friends, "Joo-geen-dah!"
dick
lmao wtf who put "dick" under this XD Comment by: kawaii-ne   
Isn't this also said after slamming down a hit of sojou? lol Comment by: Bobby teacher   
literally, it means 'it kills' i guess it's along the same lines of how 'that's sick!' means 'cool' you know? Comment by: hmm   
it means to kill nothing else. Comment by: baby   
it depends on the way you say it. Comment by: korean   
I'm enjoying a cute Korean lhigh school love series called, "Playful Kiss." It's about a high school girl that adores a cold feeling intelligent and mean guy. He always embarrasses her. On their graduation night he corners her and she tells him she's done caring about him. He kisses says something like, "forget me?" and kisses her. She is frozen and as he walks away he says, "Look at you now. Merong." Then walks away. I've tried to find this word, "merong" but can't! Please help. :) Songs Comment by: Songs   
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jook
gook
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Gook is pronounced as jook, but as it is spelled out---gook. That means like a slang term for someone who is of Caucasian descent.
actually in my country gook is a very racist name for Asian people :D Comment by: Kyo   
^^ Yes "Gook" is a racist term for Asians believed to have developed after the Korean war, when Koreans were saying "America/an/ans" (미국) it sounded as if they were calling themselves 'Gooks' Comment by: Thor   
국 means country, 미국-American 한국- Korean....Gook did come from the Korean War when Korean civilains would come up to American Soldiers and say Mi Gook (American).....ignorant Americans thought they were saying " Me Gook" Comment by: 김 s.g.   
S8Sx4F wow, awesome article.Really thank you! Really Cool. Comment by: crork service    Rated:2/5
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jookjookpangpang
쭉쭉빵빵
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looks so cool or sexy.. especially about her or his bodyline.
Big boob, small waist, big bum.... Comment by: soIheard@tkd    Rated:3/5
its only for gurl Comment by: ggg   
This means that a girl/woman has hourglass curves or is voluptuous. Comment by: JayK   
Jookjook meaning tall. Bbang Bbang meaning full in the bosom. Some people add Taeng Taeng which means tight in the butt. Comment by: Miyo   
It means "she's hot body" Like a "Joo-genn-dah(δ) that's kind of same. Comment by: jammanbo   
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Mee-chut-dah
미쳤다
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Posted by: regxjinRating:0.8  
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Original meaning: "pronoun + crazy." ie) "She's crazy." In slang it means, "your crazy(not literally crazy) or, "you wacko."
I my professor toldme that this wasn't a good word to even use even around your friends is this true? Comment by: Min   
Well it's only a negative phrase if you tell someone else that they're Mi-Chut-Da. I use it to describe myself when I make a mistake or did something stupid by saying Nah Mi-Chut-Dah lol Comment by: JayK   
yeah, 미쳤다 and 바보 (stupid) have the opposite connotations in English. You can call someone crazy or insane and it's assumed its jocular, but if you call someone stupid without any context, it can sound insulting or demeaning (slightly). It's backwards in Korea; calling someone stupid is commonplace, but if you call someone 'crazy' it means they're mentally ill, in a serious way. But it's becoming more popular in songs to say crazy and 미쳤다, so maybe it's changing. Comment by: Jlax    Rated:4/5
dang people, it would be soooo helpful to hear these words. The romanized stuff is still tough. not sure what Ji and Gi are supposed to sound like! Comment by: KPI   
I think Ji would sound halfway between chi and je half way between ch and j sound and gi would be halfway between a hard g sound and a k sound.. it really helps when you learn the korean alphabet cus the way they spell it is almost always the way it sounds.. none of the stupid games english language plays see c sea etc.. romanization (changing from hangul to english type words) has had different ways to spell things because there is no exact translation.. ie Pusan Busan .. the sound is the same.. onlyt hing that changed was the romanization Comment by: thorn   
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mojiso
멋있어
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nice, handsome, "cool"
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Oot-ggi-ji-mah
웃기지마
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The original meaning word by word would be, don't laugh. But in Korean slang, it's defined as, bullshit!(but not known as profanity) or Yeah right!(sarcasm). If someone were give you a bogus story, you would say, Oot-ggi-ji-mah!
as in "don't make me laugh"... Comment by: B   
웃기지마 means "Don't make me laugh." Comment by: Andrew   
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Ppung
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A lie.
A: 백화점 행사기간동안 핸드폰 공짜로 나눠준데! B: 뻥 치지마.
Actually, I say to my friends "gu-ra" instead of that. Comment by: D.O   
Ppung or gura.. same thing. we either say "뻥 치네(Ppung chine)" or "구라 치네(Gura chine)". 치네(chine) can be relaced by "까네(Kka-ne)" Comment by: Lee   
뻥 means "Just kidding" or "Gotcha!!" Comment by: Andrew   
what is the difference between 뻥 and 뻥이 야..? Comment by: Em   
뻥 is just the word lie and 뻥이야 is "it's a lie." Comment by: rose   
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Shiekkeh (with a hard "sh")
새끼
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eg)씨발새끼!(fucking bastard) 개새끼!(son of a bitch)
A supervisor came face to face with my gf iand said very low something sounds like in English sykya ...what does this mean? Comment by: PAUL S   
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sinnanda
야~~. 신난다
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pleasurable, fun
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Suh-lung-heh
썰렁해
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Original meaning, "It's chilly." But in Korean slang, it's defined as: "not funny," or "not amused." If someone were to tell you a rather poor joke, you would say, "suh-lung-heh!"
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