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Combo with Korean slang and 6 others

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돌다
crazy, mad, insane
걸레
slut or man whore
갈구다
To nag at someone, irritate, bother, annoy
갑이다
to be approximately the same age as another
우리 갑이네. 말까도 되지?
...
강추
A must, highly recommended
개기다
unwilling to compromise or give in (이자식 개기네? 죽어!)
개판
A chaos
골때리다
a headache, a pain
공부벌레
a bookworm
머리가 깡통이야
airhead
날라리
A teenager who has more interest in being cool
내숭떨다
To be coy
널널하다
free, spacious, roomy (오늘 시간 널널한데 만나자)
노가다
A physically demanding job. usu. a construction job
대박 + 터지다
To yield a big luck, to hit the jackpot
대타
to pinch-hit, to fill in for someone (대타해줘)
대빵
A lot, very
된장/덴장 = 젠장
freak! darn!
뒤땅/뒷담 + 까다 -
to gossip, to backbite
디따
a general intensifier; a lot, really
땡땡이 치다
to loaf around, skip classes, blow something off
맞짱뜨다
To fight
막가파
Someone who does things without considering the consequences, an impulsive + reckless person
만땅
To fill to the limit, to fill something full
말리다
to have a bad hair day
망가지다
To embarrass oneself
맥주병
Someone who just 'sinks' like beer bottles when put in water. (나 맥주병이야)
몽땅
completely
물먹이다
To stand someone up or to disappoint someone intentionally, to pull someone's leg
무슨 소리야
What are you talking about? = 무슨 개소리야
무지무지
an intensifier meaning very very (무지무지 커)
무지하게 [무쟈게]
an intensifier meaning very
바가지쓰다
To be ripped off
바가지 긁다
To nag, to harass (exp. a wife at her hubby)
밥맛
"밥맛이야" similar to 재수없어 ( go to the hell, a little less aggresive than "f*ck you")
방콕
to never go outside home, to live a life in seclusion (방학동안 방콕 갔다왔어)
백수
An unemployed man
백조
An unemployed woman
번개(팅)
To meet someone who you got to know over the net.
벼락치기
To pull an all nighter before an exam
불다
o confess, expose, to "blow" (disclose) confidential info
사이비
Sham, fake, fraud
살벌하다/ 쌀벌하다
(adj) An overwhelming, brutal, tense + violent atmosphere
삽질하다
To BS (저 새끼 또 삽질하네)
삼천포로 빠지다
To get off the subject
생판/ 쌩판
Completely (쌩판 모르는 씹쌔들이 지랄이네)
아싸리
All at once, altogether
앗따
Jeolla (province in SW Kr.) expression of frustration. Not as harsh as Seoulites' 아씨 (which an abbreviated Ah F***! 아씨발)
야리다
To scowl, glower (뭘야려?) What you lookin' at?
야마논다
spoken by Gyeongsan (city in North Gyeongsang Province) males, "Pissed off"
양다리 걸치다
Two-timing
엄창(엠창)하다
엄'마 '창'녀, meaning my mom's a whore if what I'm saying isn't true. Also, to swear (진짜야. 엄창해! I ain't kidding. I swear!)
엉터리
Gibberish, done in a rough careless manner
일빠
Be the first
잘난척
To brag, to boast
재수없어
go to hell, a little less aggressive than "f*ck you"
조폭 = 조직 폭력배
a member of a gang of violent criminals, a mobster
짜증나
annoying, irritating
짱나
abbr. annoying.
니가 짱이야
you are awesome!
찬밥 (신세)
To wear out your welcome
차다
To dump a girl or boyfriend
철판 (+ 깔다)
To put on a thick skin, to act brazen and shameless
초짜
A complete beginner
총알택시
taxi driven by a crazy ultra speedy driver.... at the speed of a bullet.
ace
캡숑
a general non offensive intensifier (캡숑 잘생겼어)
컨닝 하다 -
To cheat on an exam
콩밥 먹다
To be imprisoned
키우다
To turn up volume 볼륨좀 키워봐
튀다
a) To run away fast b) To stand out from the rest
튕기다
"Oh, I coudn't possibly ask you to do that!"
파편
its of chewed food popped out of the mouth caused by opening the mouth (e.g. talking) while eating
퍼뜩
Quickly
폰팅
A date on the phone
폼잡다
To flaunt oneself
한 턱 + 내다, 쏘다, 쓰다
to buy something (usu. dinner or drink) for friend(s)
허벌나게 -
an intensifier meaning very or eagerly
허접
a low-quality fake; 짜가 and 짝퉁 don't necessarily have to be low quality counterfeits
화끈하다
An adjective describing someone who is very impetuous, quick, bold, hot-tempered and impulsive
환장하다
To go nuts, to drive crazy
general term for 'Good.' Its usage and meaning are very similar to '짱.'
황당하다
To be absurd
후리다
To womanize
후지다
To be of poor quality
낚였어
You got me. You had me going there.
낚았지?
I got you, didn't I. I had you going, didn't I?
썰렁하군
That's a lame joke.
분위기 망치게 (조지게) 하지마. / 초치지마.
Don't spoil the mood.
너나 잘 해.
None of your business. Mind your own business.
내성질 건드리지 마.
Don't get on my nerves.
뒷북치지마
Thanks for the history lesson. Hindsight is 20/20.
그 사람 그거 참 잘~ 됐다. / 쌤통이다.
He deserves it. Serves him right.
그래 니 팔뚝 (또는 니 X) 굵다.
Yes, you're the man!
니가 나한테 어떻게 그럴 수 있니?
How could you do that to me?
놀구 있네- 삽질 하네
Yeah. Right~
거기 물 좋다
That place rocks! That place kicks!
(문제의 답 등이) 너무쉽네/애걔(걔) 그게다야?
That's it? /Is that all?
너도 내 입장이 되어봐
Put yourself in my shoes
너 정말 치사하다
You're so cheap.
이 짓이 지겨워 죽겠어.
This sucks!
몇 시에 퇴근해요?
What time do you call it a day?
야, 친구 좋다는 게 뭐야?
Come on, what are friends for?
너무 감격해서 눈물이 난다.
it was so touching, I almost cried.
미안해 할 것까지는 없어.
There's nothing to be sorry about.
내게 고마워할 것까지는 없어.
There's no need to thank me.
이보다 더 좋을 순 없다.
It couldn't be better than this!
메롱
Neh Neh Neh Boo Boo
섭섭(실망)하지않게 해드리겠습니다!
You won't be disappointed!
나를 만만하게 보지마.
Don't think I am that easy.
니가 하는 일이 다 그렇지 뭐.
That's what you always do.
두고보자
Just wait! I'll get (또는 pay) you back.
가만히 있으면 중간이나 가지.
You should've kept quiet
이번 한 번만 봐준다.
I'm gonna let it slide only this time.
쟤는 어디가도 굶어죽진 않겠다.
No matter where he goes, he'll do just fine.
너무많은걸 알려고하면 다쳐.
Knowing too much will only hurt you.
제발 잘난 척 좀 그만해.
Stop acting like you're something special.
네가 없으니 뭔가 허전한 기분이야.
I feel like something is missing when you're not here.
장난이 좀 심하군.
Your joking is going a little too far.
말장난 그만 합시다.
Let's stop playing word games
내가 만만하게 보여?
Do I look that easy?
다 엎어버리고 뛰쳐 나가고싶다.
I just want to drop everything and run away.
오해 하지 마세요.
Don't get me wrong.
몸이 날아갈 것 같애. /가뿐해.
I feel light as a feather. I feel good.
기가막혀 말이 안나오네.
It's so upset I'm speechless.
니 맘대로 하세요.
Suit yourself.
괜히 나만 실없는사람 되었잖아.
It just made me look irresponsible.
허리가 삐걱했어.
I hurt my back.
허리를 다쳤어요
I threw out my back.
아직 옛날 실력 안 죽었어.
I've still got it.
너 들으라고 한 소리 아냐.
Don't take it personally.
까꿍!
Peekaboo!
알랑거리지마.
Don't try to butter me up.
배째
Sue me!
그게 어딘데?
That's better than nothing
머리뚜껑이 열렸다.
My head is about to split.
그녀는 이중 성격을 가졌어.
She has a multiple personality (split personality)
어디론가 멀리 훌쩍 떠나고 싶다.
I just want to go somewhere far away.
(나에게) 너무 심한 것 아니예요?
Don't you think you're being too harsh (on me)?
그렇게까지 할 필요는 없어.
You don't have to do all that
나도 맘이 편하지는 않아.
I don't feel good about it, either.
그다지 썩 내키지는 않는데.
I don't really feel like doing it
생각보다 '별로'인데.
It's not as good as I expected.
몸살에 걸려 온몸이 쑤신다.
My whole body aches.
그 사람 똥배가 나왔어.
He has a big belly.
넌 내 밥이야.
Your mine now! I've got you just where I want you.
사람은 인간이 왜 저래?
What's his problem? What's wrong with him?
걔 원래 그런 애야.
He's usually like that.
너 삐졌니?
Are you mad at me? Are you pissed off?
이 싸가지 없는 녀석아 (싸가지 means 싹수.)
You're a hopeless case.
그는 밥만 축낸다
Food is wasted on him.
그는 성격이 털털하고 시원시원하다.
He has an easy-going and cool attitude.
있는 척 좀 하지 마.
Stop acting (Don't act) like you are rich.
사람보면 아는척 좀 해봐라.
Why are you acting like you don't know me?
쟨 정말 짜다! 어떻게 밥 한번 안사니?
He's so cheap. How can he not buy lunch even once?
너 공주병이구나.
You think you're special, don't you?
저 애는 내가 찍었어.
That boy (girl) is mine. He (She) is on my list.
쟤는 날라리야.
He's a player (with the girls).
그는 앞뒤가 꽉 막혔어.
He is so stubborn.
내 입장이 정말 난처해.
My position is very uncomfortable.
그 사람은 건방지게 굴어.
He acts like he's something special.
쟤 손 좀 봐 줘야겠다.
He needs a lesson.
잘난체 하는 걸 아니꼬와서 못 보겠군!
I can't stand watching him acting like he is something special.
그녀는 마음을 잘 주지 않고 튕겨.
She's playing hard to get.
그는 뒤로 호박씨 깐다.
He does things behind people's backs
놔둬! 그냥 그러다가 말겠지 뭐.
Leave him alone. He'll stop it eventually.
이 숙제 정말 짜증난다.
This homework is very tedious.
너무 오바 하지마.
(오바 is Konglish for "'over' exaggerate.") - Stop exaggerating. Don't over do it.
쟤랑 걔랑 그렇고 그런 사이래.
They are said to have a relationship.
걘 늘 요리조리 빠져나간단 말이야.
He always gets away with stuff.
그냥 그렇다고 해, 뭘 자꾸 따져?
Just say it. Don't argue.
대박이다!!
Awesome!!
정신줄 놨구나?
Are you out of your mind? or Are you crazy?
뭘 꼬라봐?
What are you looking at? (a fighting attitude)
지못미(지켜주지 못해서 미안해)
Sorry, I couldn't protect you.
나 쟤한테 꽂혔어
I have crush on her/him
웃기지마!
Whatever! or Shut up~ (when someone says nonsense)
죽이다!
It's killer!
뒈져
Go to heck
싸가지없다
(adj) someone who is very wenchy and ill-mannered.
재수없다 = 싸가지없다
(adj) wenchy
어리버리하다
(adj) someone who can not take care of oneself and is easily taken advantage of.
양아치
A self conceited prick
폭탄
Someone who showed up at a 번개 who turned out to be very ugly (완전 폭탄만났어)
형광등
someone who is unaware, thickheaded or dull
호로
A contemptible man. often followed by 새끼
얌체
A meanie
순진빵
a naive person
새대가리
A birdbrain
새끼
a) A derog term for a man. b) This term is also used in a very close circle of friends, just like the American term 'bro', but would still be offensive to any third party.
멍청이
A moron
멍텅구리
A retard
(n) a derogatory term for man, from 쌍놈, but not incredibly offensive
동네북
A weak individual who is regularly abused physically by others, a doormat
다굴 = 왕따
(n) black sheep, outcast, loner
당근이지
A play on the phrase '당연하지' which means 'of course.' 당근 means carrot and due to the similarity with the phrase 당연하지, young people started saying 당근이지 as slang. 당근이지 literally means "It's a carrot."
In Nateon messenger there is a carrot emoticon which is used to mean "of course."
ㅋㄷ
키득키득, another way to write the sound of laughter
OTL
Shape of a person fallen on the floor in representation of a failure or mistake. Another variation is orz
i.e., "I forgot my homework OTL" (O - head, T - torso and arms, L - legs)
요TL is someone in a similar position throwing up
ㅇㅇ
응 Positive response, low form of 네 (yes).
ㅇㅋ
OK
~욜
~요일 Abbreviation used in combination when expressing a particular day.
일욜 → 일요일 (Sunday)
수욜 → 수요일 (Wednesday)
ㄳ / ㄱㅅ
감사합니다 Thank you
ㄱㅊ
괜찮아요 It's ok
ㅅㄱ
수고하세요 Keep up the good work.
ㅊㅋ
축하해요
ㅎㅇ
하이 hi
ㅂㅇ
바이
방가
반가워 Nice to meet you
ㅅㅂ
씨발 A strong korean curse word, similar to the F word.
내일 Tomorrow
올만이네
오랜만이네 Long time no see.
글쿠나/글쿤
그렇구나 (Ah) I see!
그냥 Just
어케
어떻게 How
대체
도대체 ~the hell (i.e. who the hell ...)
긔 instead of ~고
Sometimes ~구 is used instead of ~고 to sound more cute.
Examples:
잘 자고(잘 자구) → 잘 자긔 for Good night!
빵꾸똥꾸
방귀 (standard) [bang-gwi] = fart 똥꾸 (slang) [ttong-kku]
= anus Together this is a very childish bad slang word used to refer to something or someone that you don't like or is bad.
Employee
종업원
championship contest
선수권 대회
Musical
뮤지컬
Sneeze
재채가하다
Week
Pen
To receive
받다
Sing a Song
너래를 부르다
Ice-Hockey
아이스하키
Stadium
경기장
joke
농담하다
Screw
나사
Stainless Steel Screw
스테인리스 나사
Flat head screw
납작한 일자 나사
Teacher
선생님
Interpreter
통역사
Canada
캐나다
Economy class
일반석
KG
킬로그램
calender
달력
Fine (monetary)
벌금
Supervise
감독하다
Fire
Dog
Puppy
강아지
Fish
물고기
Horse
Pigeon
비둘기
Tiger
호랑이
Bear
Turtle
거복이
Rabbit
토끼
Elephant
코끼리
Airplane
비행기
Chick
병아리
Chicken
Calf
송아지
Cow
저고리
노리개
...
바지
...
두루마기
Overcoat (male)
장옷
Used to veil female body and face
쓰개 치마
Another type of veil
마고지
(male- goes on top of the 저고리- can be sleeveless)
overcoat worn by scholars
활옷
Princess Ritual attire
화관
Traditional coronet
원삼
Top coat worn by royalty
족두리
Coronet
댕기머리
Single braid and a 댕기 attached to the bottom of the braid. (only unmarried women wore this.)
상투
Top knot
흑립
Upper class hat
패랭이
commoners hat
탕건
Under hat
망건
Headband
관자
Buttons on head band
삿갓
Conical hat
복건
Confucian Scholar headdress
큼머리
Hat only worn by palace people.
배씨댕기
Type of conical hat
촉진머리
Hair tied in a bun- behind the neck
비녀
Hair accessory
첩지
Hair accessory- royalties and court. Made of metal, in the shape of a dragon, peacock, phoenix, duck, bird, frog or flowers. Dragon = Queen Phoenix = Princess
어여머리
Queens/ King's wives/ Queen Dowagers Hair style
딸잠
Round shaped ornaments used for the 어여머리
정작완
Indoor noblemen's headgear
대대
Coloured sash-worn around the waist like a belt and tied at the back of the 화롯.
당의
Upper garment worn on top of the 저고리 worn by Queens / Female Royalty and court ladies. The difference between 당의 of royalty and court ladies is the golden pattern on it called 금박 only worn by the royalty.
관복
government official clothing
홍룡보
King Daily garments.
버선
Socks
짚신
Straw sandals
훈혜
Women's shoes
태사혜
Men's shoes (양반)
Boots
슬개골
Kneecap
Ear
수표
Check (monetary)
전화기
Telephone
부인
Wife
번개
Lightening
이슬람
Islam
Snake
환영합니다
Welcome
일하다
To work
돌아온곳을 화영합나다
Welcome back.
핫메일
Hotmail
악기
Musical Instrument
진눈깨비
Sleet
인터넷
Internet
수입하다
Import
윤년
leap year
내일 오후
tomorrow afternoon
어제 오후
yesterday afternoon
달력의 한해
one calendar year
십이일 월요일
Monday the 12th
다음 주 화요일
Tuesday next week
수요일은 게임의 밤
game night Wednesday
목요일에
on Thursday
야호! 금요일입니다.
Thank god it's Friday.
토요일 밤
Saturday night
일요일 아침 식사
Sunday morning breakfast
십초 동안
for ten seconds
한 시간 후
an hour away
삼 분
three minutes
세 시
3 o'clock
알람시계를 맞추다
set an alarm clock
뛰어 넘을 수 있다
can jump over
컴퓨터를 사용하다
use a computer
전부 다 하기 위해
to do it all
갈 곳이 없는
nowhere to go
일찍 오다
come early
웃기는 것을 보고 웃다
laugh at something funny
커피를 만들다
make coffee
알람시계를 맞추다
set an alarm clock
뛰어 넘을 수 있다
can jump over
오월의 꽃
May flowers
삼월 십칠일
March 17th
이천구년 일월
January 2009
이월 이십구일
February 29th
사월 일일
April first
유월의 결혼식
June wedding
칠월의 바비큐
July barbeque
팔월의 더운 날
hot August day
구월 일일
September 1st
시월 십삼일
on October 13th
추수감사절은 십일월 이십사일 목요일입니다
Thanksgiving, Thursday November 24th
십이월 이십오일
December 25th
들어오세요. 만나서 반가워요.
Please come in, it's nice to meet you.
저는 사람을 처음 만났을 때, "안녕"이라고 인사합니다.
When I first meet someone, I like to say, "Hello."
양파
onion
시금치
spinach
bean
당근
carrot
감자
potatoes
오이
cucumber
토마토
tomato
상추
lettuce
브로콜리
Broccoli
야채
vegetables
정류장
bus stop
number
남대문
Great South Gate (in Seoul)
물건
goods
원숭이
monkey
팔아요
To sell
road/ route
건너편
opposite side
요금
fee/fare
촌사람
country bumpkin
빨리
Quickly
동대문
Great East Gate (Seoul)
시장
market
연세드신
Elderly
마케팅
Marketing
식탁
Dinner Table
몇 시입니까?
What time is it?
열차
Train
빈방 없음
No Vancancy
입어 보다
To Try On
안건
Agenda
민속 음식
Ethnic Food
공원
Park
목마른
Thirsty
버터
Butter
관목
Bush
과고시제
Past Tense
현재시제
Present Tense
자주
Often
크다...커요
Big
무겁다...무거워요
To be Heavy
나무
Wood
왼쪽
Left
쓰다
To Write
택시
Taxi
에서
from...to (locations)
뷰터
from...to (time)
까지
Until
아침
morning
저녁
Evening
한테/ 에게
To someone/ From Someone (ref. to people)
한테서/ 에게서
From someone (ref. to people)
풍기다
to give off a smell
암내
Armpit smell
진국니다
To be very strong/ hardcore
별로
Not much
date
month
Also/ too
조금
A little bit/ a bit/ a little
정말
Really/ Truly
진짜
Really
아주
Very/ Quite
전혀
Not at all
그래도
But still/ Nevertheless
Idea/ Way
잡다
To catch
운정
To drive
운동
To Exercise
(으) 로
method particle
only
밖에
Nothing but/only
야되다
To have to/ should/must
More
빠르다
To be fast
비싸다
To be expensive
어려워
To be difficult
더워요
To be hot (temp)
관심 있어 하는
Interested
리넨
Linen
저렴한
Cheap
불법의
Illegal
노트북
Notebook
가는 세로줄 무늬의
Pin striped
검은색
Black
도교
Taoism
대한민국
South Korea
거울
Mirror
블로그
Blog
호수
Lake
주사 바늘
Needle
미뢰
Taste bud
요리사
Cook
맞는
Correct
사진
Photo
매직펜
Marker
일곱 번째의
7th
식탁
Dinner Table
까마귀
Crow
상어
Shark
스쿠터
Scooter
뚱뚱한
Thick
행복한
Happy
선물
Present
배우
Actor
오타가
Typo
암사자
Lioness
출장
Business trip
예술가
Artist
승인하다
Approve
(머리 위의) 짐칸
Overhead Storage compartment
타바스코 소스
Tobasco Sauce
방콕
Bangkok
시들다
Wilt
Temple
Book
신고하다
Declare
놓다
Put
각다귀
gnat
너구리
raccoon
고객
customer
조각상
statue
임금
wage
A lot
많이
Usually
보통
A little
조금
Very
아주
Very*
무척
Especially
특히
The most
제일
For a moment
잠깐
More
Already
벌써
Already*
이미
Completely
Often
자주
Sometimes
가끔
Hardly
별로
Rarely
거의
Not at all
전혀
One day
하루
Always
항상
Always*
언제나
Everyday
매일
Everyday*
날마다
Never
전혀
하나
1
2
3
4
다섯
5
여섯
6
일곱
7
여덟
8
아홉
9
10
스물
20
서른
30
마흔
40
50
예순
60
일흔
70
여든
80
아흔
90
100
가다
to go
만나다
to meet
자다
to sleep
사다
to buy
타다
to ride
파다
to dig
공부하다
to study
일하다
to work
하다
to do
오다
to come
먹다
to eat
주다
to give
읽다
to read
웃다
to laugh
입다
to wear
보다
to see
물다
to bite
좋아하다
to like (care for)
배우다
to learn
사랑하다
to love
죽다
to die
말하다
to talk
고생많다
to have struggles
소개하다
to introduce
기대하다
to expect
가만하다
to be quiet (still)
감사하다
to be thankful
파란
blue
빨간
red
노란색
yellow
녹색
green
주황색
orange
자주색
purple
갈색
brown
검정
black
백색
white
분홍색
pink
색깔
color
한국
Korea
일본
Japan
중국
China
대만
Taiwan
필리핀
Phillipines
인도네시아
Indonesia
신가포르
Singapore
말레이시아
Malaysia
영국
Great Britain
독일
Germany
프랑스
France
러시아
Russia
미국
USA
캐나다
Canada
호주
Australia
뉴질랜드
New Zealand
가나
Ghana
태국
Thailand
스위스
Switzerland
네덜란드
Netherlands
베트남
Vietnam
멕시코
Mexico
방글라데시
Bangladesh
벵골 사람
Bengali
매력적인
Attractive (person)
단순/ 간단
simple
끌리
to drag/attract ones attention
보통
Usually
군대
Army
성격
personality
실제로
really
기회
opportunity
하얀
white

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