Use this any time you want to point out that something is very disgusting or revolting, like when you venture into the weird parts of You Tube!This is a combination of the verbs 밀다 (to push) and 당기다 (to pull).
This phrase refers to someone who is a master or something, and their level is so good it is like they have achieved the maximum level in a game!
But don’t worry, you can use this phrase for anything — someone who is good at lifting weights, building things, or studying (not only games)! There are the masters, and then there are the beginners, or the “newbs.” This word is a slightly altered version of 쪼그만한 레벨, meaning a small or low level.
So when you put them together, you get the picture of someone who is laughing explosively!
This is a shortened version of 언론플레이, which means “media play.” However, this is not all fun and games!
Short for 행복하십시오, this phrase just means “let’s be happy!
” You can use it to suggest to others to cheer up and be happy while at the same time sounding cool!Not only does it help with your listening abilities, but it makes you sound more like a Korean local. Some are single Korean slang words that you can plug in to various situaitons.Friends will become closer, jokes will be easier to understand, and you’ll be able to follow Korean movies and songs better. Others are expressions that you can use as full sentences.Literally means ‘dirtily’ (from 더럽다), but is often used to mean ‘badly’, for example 더럽게 못생기다 would mean ‘really ugly’ and ‘더럽게 느리다’ would mean ‘really slow’ (referring to a slow computer perhaps).품절 is another expression for sold out (매진), coming from the hanja for product (품) and gone (절).It is used instead of just ㅋㅋㅋ to show you 빵터지다 is a slang verb that means “to laugh really loud” with the emphasis being on the LOUD part!