What does Gaesae mean?
2. Gae-sae-kki 개새끼 Another combination of Korean curse words that we sometimes hear is gae-sae-kki which means “son of a b*tch”. Again, whether or not you commonly hear this phrase depends on the age rating of the K-drama in question. Sometimes, K-drama characters use the phrase but omit the word gae.
What does Byungshin mean?
i love u very much.
What does SSI Bal mean?
씨발 (Ssi-Bal). Just like the word ‘F*ck’ in English, this can be used when you’re angry or when something is frustrating.
What does Molla mean in Korean?
I don’t know
MOLLA (몰라) means “I don’t know.” This is informal so use this version towards friends and those younger than you. When speaking to the elders, always remember to add a “yo” at the end of “molla.” Mollayo.
What is Haru Korean?
Haru is a Japanese word that means “spring (season)”. Haru is also a Korean word that means “day” in Korean. Haru may also refer to: Haru (woreda), a woreda (district) in Ethiopia.
What is Chukahamnida?
The word 축하합니다 (chukahamnida) in 생일 축하합니다 (saengil chukahamnida) means “to congratulate”. You can say this word on its own if you want to congratulate somebody on achieving something.
What is Hana in Korean?
In Korean, it means the number one (하나). In Hawaiian, “Hana” means “craft” or “work”. In Maori, “Hana” means to shine, glow, give out love or radiance.
What is Arraseo?
Call me later. B: 알았어 (arasseo) Okay. Now that you know how to say “I know” in Korean, go out and tell people about what you know! You can also mix this up with other Korean phrases or words.