Korean Slangs

드립치다.

Derived from Ad-lib, meaning "One who makes absurb remarks".

득템하다.

A compound word of a Chinese character '얻을 득(得), to gain' and '템'(item), meaning 'to obtain something that is useful or good at a low cost'.

듣보잡

A shortened form of '듣도 보도 못한 잡것', it literally means "something or someone that hasn't seen/heard of". Mostly used to unknown and unpopular things or people.

담샘

A shortened form of '담임선생님', meaning 'a homeroom teacher'.

담탱이

A shortened form of '담임선생님', meaning 'a homeroom teacher', but offensive than '담샘'. You can directly you '담샘' to your homeroom teacher, but this you can't.

담순이

A shortened form of '여자 담임선생님', meaning 'a female homeroom teacher'.

당근

Of course. '당근' is also a vegetable name(carrots).

당빠

Of course

댓글

An online comment

뒤땅까다.

To talk behind one's back.

다굴하다.

Mobbing a person. It is used when many people are attacking a few people.

대딩

A college student

대륙

China, the country

당므

A typo of '다음'(next).

답정너

A shortened form of '답은 정해져 있고 너는 대답만 하면 돼'. It literally means "I already have an answer in my mind, so you just need to response my question". 답정너 never takes other people's opinion and advice because they already made their mind.

대인배

A generous person. The opposite is '소인배'.

똘추

Stupid

등골 브레이커

A compound word of '등골'(the spine) and 'breaker'. It points to one who burdens their own parents financially by asking them to buy expensive stuffs.

도촬

A shortened form of '도둑(a thief) 촬영(filming)', meaning filming or taking a picture secretely.

리플

An online comment

레알

Derived from 'real' in English, meaning "really" or "real".

렙업

Level up, usually used in games.

려차

If you type 'fuck' on a Korean keyboard, that's the word.

리즈시절

Derived from '전성기', meaning "one's golden age".

뭥미

A typo of '뭐임', meaning 'what is it?', 'what's that?', 'what the...'. It's used when the person is surprised or shocked.

마설

Reversed order of '설마', meaning 'surely not' and 'no way'.

물고기 방

A 'fish'(물고기) is a homophone for 'PC', so it indicates a PC room.

말까다.

To talk in casual with no honorific terms.

몸짱

A person with a well-shaped body.

무플

No online comment.

몰카

A hidden camera

무플방지

A compound word of '무플' and '방지', literally means 'prevention of no comment'. You leave a comment on your or someone else's post because nobody is leaving a comment.

마눌

A wife

몰랑

Meaning 'don't know', but in a cute way.

먹방

A shortened form of '먹으면서 하는 방송', indicating a TV show that's mostly eating food.

반갑녀

A shortened form of '환갑의 절반'(aged half of sixty) and '녀'(a Chinese character 계집 녀女, meaning 'woman'). It indicates a thirty–year–old woman.

볼매

A shortened form of '볼수록 매력있다.' A person who wasn't attractive at first but gives a good impression as you see the person more and more.

반모

A shortened form of '반말모드', meaning 'casual speech mode'.

비번

A shortened form of '비밀번호', meaning 'a password'.

비방

A shortened form of '비공개 방', meaning 'an online private chat room'.

방제

A shortened form of '방의 제목', indicating 'a title of an online chat room'.

버닝

Derived from English 'burning'. It means 'passionately'.

베프

A shortened form of '베스트 프렌드', meaning 'best friend'.

불펌

A compound word of a Chinese character 불(아니 불(不)) and '펌'. It means uploading one’s pictures or writings without the owner's permission.

비추

Not recommended

버정

A bus station

뽀대

Very cool

뻘쭘하다

Embarrassing

별다방

Starbucks

본좌

Addressing myself honorifically instead of using '나' or '저'.

뽀샵

Photoshop

빵셔틀

A compound word of '빵'(bread) and '셔틀'(shuttle). It literally means 'a bread shuttle'. A person who's being 빵셔틀 does everything someone says. If someone says 'Buy me a bread', he will buy him one.

-빠

It has two meanings. Firstly, it is used to call someone who is a really big fan of something or someone. It can be a certain company, TV show, sports player, or celebrity.
Another meaning is 'to rank'. For example, some Koreans leave their online comments like 1빠 (1st comment) , 2빠 (2nd comment). You can also say "내가 1빠로 왔어" (I came here first).

발연기

A shortened form of '발로 연기한다.', literally means "one is acting with feet". It is used when one's acting really sucks.

버카충

A shortened form of '버스 카드 충전', means 'charging a bus card'.

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