j.c. asked in TravelAsia PacificKorea · 1 decade ago

What's the meaning of these korean words?

1-나 낼 휴무야...ㅋㅋ

완젼 실망이다...ㅋㅋ 대~~박~~실~~망~~

2-선배..얼굴 자주 비추고 그래요 ~ .

일한다고 바쁘다고......

그러지 마시공 ~ ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ....

근데 취업하신 분 복장이 거 원..

학교 다닐 때 하고 똑같은데요 ~ .

3-회뜨는 이마트맨ㅋ






5-무슨 실망을 했다구;;



it might be a little tiring

but merci for ur help


neleh is not okay,i guess

funny girl

2 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    I'm Korean. I think Korean words are getting changed by the youth's low-leveled internet cultures.


    let me translate the sentences above.

    1.I'm off duty tomorrow

    I'm absolutely disappointed with you!

    2.Senior!(but not used in U.s I think) it's very hard to see you

    Don't be too crazy for works.

    3.Hi! A Sushi E-mart Man!(actually I also don't know what it means though I'm a Korean Youth

    4.It's so fun that it can hold my sides with laughters

    Have a good weekend and keep up good working tomorrow as usual

    5.What made you disappointed with me like that?

    I lost what to say to you in this situation.

    Sorry but to me, Korean is as hard as English.

    I hope my answer will be helpful to you.

    Have a good christmas day!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    How are you suppose to understand these? They are just bunches of block! No offense though.

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