Urban Word For Agreement

كتب - آخر تحديث - 19 ديسمبر 2020

You may think, “Wait a minute, I`ve already learned this vocabulary word in my regular studies in Korea!” and you`d certainly be right. This word means “player” as an athlete. However, if this is used in the form of slang and refers to relationships, it refers to the different meaning of “player” than that of someone walking around. Many words are simply ignored. Some are becoming popular or controversial. Users can bring their own definitions to existing words. The word “emo,” for example, currently has more than 1,100 definitions – including “Like a Goth, only much less dark and much Harry Potter” (definition No. 3) and “Sensitive music and the kids that cry while listening to it” (No. 1,122). This term slang is an abbreviated form of the word “chemistry” in English – but we`re not talking about science here. This is for when there is “chemistry” between two people. In Korean, you can reduce it to a simple “케미 (kemi)”. As in the term 꿀잼 (kkuljaem), this expression uses the word “honey” (꿀 kkul) as “really good.” This time, it`s a 팁 (Tip Advice) that is being considered and it`s not just any old advice! I hope you enjoyed this article and that you have a simple way to learn Korean slang.

There are many other words of slang and expressions out there, and the list is constantly changing. Here are the cool Korean slang phrases and words that have proven their worth and are still in use today. And if you eat a little late in the day, you can use the word 점a (jeomjeo), which is a combination of 점심 (jeomsim) and 녁 (jeonyeok). This word is a combination of 강하다 (Ganghada) means “to be strong” and 추천하다 (chucheonhada) means “recommend.” This word means “unprecedented” or “legendary level” and refers to someone or something that is the best of all. Use it to really highlight how great something is! This list is a mixture of different words and phrases used by local Koreans. From the word “Seol” means “theory,” the Korean term means “history.” You can also use it as a verb in the form 썰을 풀다 (sseoreul pulda to tell a story).