Anonymous said: Haii~~ I was wondering, If you meet like your kpop idol right,, how can i ask for a photo or an autograph? because i dont want to look like an idiot in front of my idol hehe

You would say, 

싸인 해주세요! and 감사합니다! 

-Nayung 

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Anonymous said: What does ㅜㅜ mean?

ㅜㅜ is a play of words, and they’re used like emoticons for the sad face.

The ㅡpart is the eye, and the ㅣ part are the tears coming from the eyes, haha, if that makes sense.

-Nayung 

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난 자동차를 모은다.: Top 100 Most Useful Korean Adjectives: Full List

sydney-to-seoul:

Here’s the full list of adjectives~~ ^-^

1. 행복하다: to be happy
2. 기쁘다: to be glad, happy
3. 화나다: to be angry
4. 슬프다: to be sad
5. 아프다: to be sick, painful
6. 피곤하다: to be tired, exhausted
7. 배가 고프다: to be hungry
8. 목이 마르다: to be thirsty
9. 졸리다: to be sleepy
10. 걱정하다: to be…

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Anonymous said: can you translate this? "my drawing was selected to be in an exhibition it's all thanks to you , listening to your songs while doing my artwork! thanks for being an inspiration" thank you :)

Sorry, as we’ve stated before, we don’t do personal translations.  Our policy when it comes to translating is that if the statement is beneficial to the community as a whole, we will translate it.  Thank you for understanding.

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Anonymous said: How would you say "Today is ~~", "Yesterday was ~~", "Tomorrow is/will be ~~", informally in Korean? I've been trying to learn days of the week with my Korean friends. Also, how would you say "Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc."? Thank you!

오늘은 = Today is ~

어제는 = Yesterday was ~

내일은 = Tomorrow is/will be ~

Days of the Week (Su-M-Tu-W-Th-F-Sa):

일요일 - 월요일 - 화요일 - 수요일 - 목요일 - 금요일 - 토요일

-Nayung :D

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Anonymous said: I have come across a phrase 촉이 살아있다 in a movie. But when I look up 촉 in dictionary they have only one entry describing the point of a pencil. It does not seem to make any sense to me. What does that say? Is it a short for other words that explains why I could not find the right meaning in dictionary?

I suppose it means ‘Your feel (feelings, sensitivity) is alive’ as in ‘alive’ = alert. 촉 comes from 감촉 which means feelings (from the 5 senses).

-Nayung :D

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angelmaknae said: Hey i'm studying the pronouns and what means 댁? I translate this in google and say it's means house. It's really house and i copied it wrong ? Thank youuu ^^

It kind of does mean ‘house’ because it’s a term that relates to ‘yours’.

댁의 음식입니다 = It is ‘your’ food. Similarly like that.

댁의 = ‘your’ + noun

-Nayung :D

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Anonymous said: how do you say "if you insist" or "if you say so" formally and informally in korean?

You can say “정 원한다면”/”그렇게 원하다면”/”그러든가”. :D

-Nayung

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Anonymous said: what's the difference between "떨려" and "떨고"?

"떨려" is present tense, as in, "나 떨려 = I am shaking".

"떨고" is used for pronouns, such as, "He is shaking = 그이가 떨고 있어."

떨려 can also means nervous. :D

-Nayung

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passionvsice said: So I have been studying Korean and I think I can somewhat dipict what people say yet some things I am completely lost because I don't know too many words! If I had more words in my vocabulary may be I could. May I please have some words to expand my vocabulary! :D

I’m sorry, I can’t really give you a list of words, because that’d be way too much! However, you should try watching Korean dramas. Not only are they really entertaining, but you can also see for yourself Korean culture. Most importantly, you get to listen to more real life Korean, and learn words from that.

To try and make out the exact vocabulary used in the dramas, I think there are the audios that come with the scripts. Try and look for them, and memorize certain words.

Hope I helped!

-Nayung :D

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