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Geurae has different meanings. You: Geurae! Just return it in excellent condition. You: Oh, geurae? We should try it out soon! Aja aja! This expression is used when you want to cheer up someone. Example: Teacher: Okay, answer page , , and of your book. Lastly, our Sportsfest is on May Crush: Oh my gosh. You: Noooo. We can do it! Used in asking why. Friend: Because I want ramyeon instead. These are just some of the Korean cute expressions that I use in everyday conversations.
Did I miss out some? Share to us Korean expressions that you use. We do not own any picture used in this entry. Credit as tagged. Feel free to correct me! Like Like. Like Liked by 1 person. Reblogged this on helloimemy and commented:. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Friend: … 6. Geurae Geurae has different meanings. If you want something, ask it politely. For more feels. I love you. We often hear people mention a word or more than a word of their expression or even information in unusual or informal way. This informal words called slang, that used by a group of people to communicate. Because my blog is talking about Pontianak and Korea, so I will tell you some of Pontianak and Korean slang.
And it is fun guys. Following are some of the Pontianak slangs. The words are a bit weird, but they are unique. Before it, I need to tell you that these slang is spoken a bit rough. In Bahasa it means servant. It is rude for Pontianak people. It is also a rude word for Ponianak people.
But for some people, they just accustomed for saying this word. Well, I think those slangs are the common slang in Pontianak and I find them easily in daily life. Sometimes i use them too, but for the rude slangs, I rarely use them.