How Do You Say Hehe In Korean?

How do Koreans say LOL?

Korean Language Beginner’s Package Here is a breakdown of the most common and easiest ways to express the equivalent of lol in Korean.

Most common way to express laughing.

Pronounced as “크크크” (keu-keu-keu) The more “ㅋs” used, the funnier something is.

Korean form of “haha”..

What does OK Boomer mean?

“OK boomer” is a catchphrase and meme used by teenagers and young adults to dismiss or mock outdated attitudes typically associated with people born in the two decades following World War II, known as baby boomers.

What does Chukahae mean in Korean?

congratulations! – 축하해(chukahae)/ 축하해요(chukahaeyo) Because sometimes your friend deserves a “congratulations.” You know, marriage, graduations, new relationship, things like that.

What does hehe mean from a guy?

You bored meA “hehe” with nothing else said means “You bored me” or “I want to end this conversation”.

How do you say cute in Korean?

To say “cute” as in “It is cute” or “she is cute”, you can use the word 귀엽다 (gwiyeopda).

What does AFK mean?

away from keysFrequently found in chat rooms of massively multiplayer online games (MMOG), AFK is short for away from keys for when you aren’t actively on a computer.

What is Daebak?

January 22, 2014 · Real Korean Slang 101. – 대박(Daebak): It means jackpot, big success, originally. But now people also use it when they are surprised/shocked as exclamation. It can’t be also used in sarcastic way.

What is the meaning of HEOL in Korean?

Oh my godDecember 19, 2014 · Korean Slang of the Day: 헐(heol)! ‘헐(heol)’ means ‘Oh my god!’ in English and it’s mostly used by young people.

What does LMAO mean in Korean?

Lmao is a slang word, used in texting, video games, and the internet in general. It means “laughing my ass off” which means, you are laughing a lot. See a translation. Report copyright infringement.

What does FTW mean?

Interjection. FTW. (slang) Fuck the world: an antisocial slogan. (slang) Fuck the weight. (Can we add an example for this sense?)

What is Yeoboseyo mean?

여보세요 • (yeoboseyo) hello (when asking or answering the telephone) hello (when trying to get the attention of someone who does not appear to be listening)

What is pali pali in Korean?

From what we’ve established so far, South Korean people tend to be very quick and effective in whatever they do. As from today, we found out that doing things quickly is a part of their culture and that there is even an expression ‘pali-pali’ which means ‘quickly’. …

What is Kyeopta?

“Kyeopta” (originally pronounced “gwiyeopda”) means “that’s cute,” and “bogoshipo” (“bogosipeo”) means “I miss you.” The words are often reflections of a specific facet of Korean culture that cannot be easily translated into English.

What is Jeongmal in Korean?

jeongmal (정말) can be used in almost every situation, and just like jinjja (진짜), it can be used as a question, and mean both “very” and “for real”. Please note that when used as as a question, neither jinjja nor jeongmal would ever mean “very?” (which sounds awkward in English of course).