Sunday, August 29, 2010

Shedang!

This is almost like saying, God Damn it!

It's definitely slang, and it's freaking funny when something bad happens, like the restaurant is all out of something you really want, and you're like Shedang!



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-Flirting in Korean, How to get a Korean girlfriend

Soju - the player's drink of choice






Let's get to the point: Soju tastes like watered-down Grey Goose, it's relatively cheap, and it makes for a GREAT evening. When you mix it with beer, kind of like a saki bomb, you call it Somac.

If you live in the States, go to one of the oriental grocery stores, you can pick up a bottle for just a few bucks.







Monday, January 4, 2010

Don't look at me like that (with audio)

In keeping with the crossover to audio-enhanced flirting tips, here is another great one.

Nal Kuroke Pujima (Don't look at me like that)

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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Introducing a new format

From here on out, you can expect some audio with all my new vocabulary terms... because Romanized Korean just doesn't cut it. I want you guys to know exactly how these phrases should sound.

For my first audio upload, I'm revisiting an old post. Chaljineyo - or "Wassup??"


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Friday, December 25, 2009

Drunken Tiger


OK, so this guy went to high school with Angelina Jolie (in America). He's married to the best female rapper in Korea, and he's a great singer and rapper.

Check out this song - "8:45"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEEHmN504yM

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Since it's now winter


Choo-wa!!!


means "colddddd"

Draw the word out when you say it, and rub your hands together!


-Flirting in Korean

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Korean version of "What's up?"


Here in America we use informal greetings all the time. We say things like, "what's up?" or, "How's it going?" .... but these questions are RHETORICAL. We don't really want to know what's up, or how that person is doing... we are simply acknowledging them and, potentially, opening the door for a conversation.

In the same way, Kr (shorthand for Korean) has an expression. They say "Pamogosa?"

Literally translated, this means "Have you eaten yet?"

In practice, it means "What's up dude?"

Use it today!

-How to get a Korean Girlfriend --- Flirting in Korean