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Part 2: Write and know the meaning of some K-words

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These are some Korean words often found in songs. You can write them and tell their meanings. Korean words for relationship related like boyfriend or sweetheart are listed below.

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Hangul

Romanization

Meaning / Translation

처럼

chorom

like / as / ex. Like a parrot

고마워요

komawoyo

Thank you (polite form)

기억

giok / kiok

memory (sometimes giong / kiong)

너무

nomu

too

언제였

onje

when

지금

jigum / chigum

now

행복해요

haengbokhaeyo

being happy

자꾸

jakku

again

이미

imi

already

많이

mahni

a lot

운명

unmyong

fate

다시

dashi

again

정말

jongmal / chongmal

the truth / the reality / really

알아요

arayo

knows

영원토록

yongwantorok

it is eternal

햇살

haessal

sunlight

제발

jebal

please

하고

hago

does

않아

anha

it is not

nun

eye

머리

mori

head

머리가

moriga

headache

심장

shimjang

heart

opso

does not exist, none, not existing, not here

아파요.

…apayo.

I have a… (ex: I have a ballpen. / Ballpen apayo.)

아파요.

apayo

means painful if it is not connected to other words

예요.

…yeyo

I have …

Others

Others

Others

오빠

oppa

Older Brother (If the speaker is female)

언니

unni

Older Sister (If the speaker is female)

hyung

Older Brother (If the speaker is male)

누나

nuna

Older Sister (If the speaker is male)

동생

dong saeng

Younger Sibling (Regardless of speaker’s gender)

애인

aein

sweetheart / boyfriend / girlfriend

연인

yonin

couple

연애

yonae

dating

남자친구

namjachingu

boyfriend

여자친구

yojachingu

girlfriend

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53 comments for this post.

  1. dana says:

    sarangeyo,chingus omma said life is hard but i will alsways sarange hangeuk.

  2. Daybreaksbell says:

    For me, it’s a bit weird to see the written word “jebal”. In my language, although it is pronounced “yebal”, it means “he f*cked (someone)”. :D

  3. mhargie says:

    anu po ba ang korean name cu margie po ang name cu ??

  4. mhargie says:

    anu po ba ang korean name ng margie ??

  5. chacha says:

    YEONGWONHI whers is it?

  6. sarooh says:

    What’s the difrrence between Neo-reul and Neo and Neoneun?? ThanQ ^^

  7. catherine says:

    hullyung han….

  8. shaLOm maE says:

    i really really like to learn korean language please if someone knows a lot of it can you post it here/…? plaease and also its ALPHABETS

  9. rj says:

    i want to learn how to write and speak korean.. can u put more korean language for me??

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