What is OMO in Korean?
Omo / Omona / 어머 / 어머나: “Oh no!” or “Oh my gosh!”.
What does hajima mean?
don’t do it1. hajima (하지마 ) literally means don’t do it.
What’s the meaning of Aigoo in Korean?
oh no/oh my godIt’s a Korean expression when you feel pity or you are surprised. Like “oh no/oh my god”.
What does Aigoo mean in Japanese?
English Meaning(s) for アイゴー interjection. argh; sigh.
What does Busan Aigoo mean?
When you’re so tired you can say “Aigoo”. Aigoo is deep sigh.
What does Sunbae mean?
I am not a native korean but I think I can help 🙂 sunbae = senior hoobae = junior in general : sunbae means people who are on upper grade than you and it is a word that refers to people with more experience (at work, school, etc), ex: if you are kpop fan so you know that super junior debuted in 2005 and mblaq debuted …
What is Boya Korean?
It’s actually Meoya (뭐야), but for foreigner ears, sounds like “boya”. Meaning: “What?” —- the short expression of “What are you talking about?” “Why did you say/do that?” Never use this toward older people, people you don’t know, not so close friend, more to a stranger.
What is the meaning of Eigo?
Wasei-eigo. Wasei-eigo (和製英語, meaning “Japanese-made English” or “English words coined in Japan”) are Japanese-language expressions based on English words, or parts.
What is Daebak?
대박 – (Daebak) Meaning: That’s awesome! Stars in Korean dramas and variety shows use this word frequently. It describes when something is awesome or it’s a way of showing enthusiasm. A lot of the time it also describes a state of awe or shock.
Why do Koreans say fighting?
It’s like you said, “Best of luck” or “Good luck!” or “Do your best!” It just comes from the English word ‘Fighting’ and since Koreans don’t have an ‘f’ sound in their language, they say ‘Hwaiting’ instead. … It’s actually ‘Hwaiting’. And like we wish ‘good luck’ and ‘all the best’, Koreans say Hwaiting.