Korean Slangs

얼큰

A shortened form of '얼굴이 큰', meaning 'a big head'.

왕자병

It points at someone who thinks himself is really handsome. "왕자" means a prince and "병" means an illness. So it literally means 'a prince illness'.

알바

A shortened form of '아르바이트'('Arbeit' in German). It means a part-time work.

알바생

A part-time worker

유딩

A kindergartener

안물

A shortened form of '안 물어 봤어', meaning 'I didn't ask'. It is used when someone says something that hurts your feeling or something that doesn't interest you.

오나전

A typo error of '완전', meaning 'very'.

오링

Derived from '올인', meaning 'all in' or 'to spend all'.

와방

Very

원츄

Derived from 'want you'(English). It means "to want ".

익게

A shortened form of '익명 게시판', meaning 'an anonymous forum'.

인강

A shortened form of '인터넷 강의', meaning 'an internet study lesson'. It's often a video lesson.

아웃 오브 안중

Out of 안중 is derived from a Japanese animation initial D 2nd state, which means 'not interested' or 'don't care'.

아오안

A shortened form of '아웃 오브 안중'.

어쩔

A shortened form of '어쩔래', meaning 'so what?' or 'so what are you going to do?'.

영정

A shortened form of '영구 정지', meaning 'terminated forever'.

영블

A shortened form of '영구 블럭', meaning 'blocked forever'

옥희

Okay

열도

Japan, the country.

ㅇ벗다

A typo of '없다'(not exist), but '벗다' means 'to nake', so it is used when you want to say 'it doesn't exist' but also making a joke 'to nake'. For example, when someone says '여기 사람있어요?'(is anyone here?), you can say 'ㅇ벗어요', which means '없어요'(no), but you are also saying '벗어요'(get naked) at the same time.

제곧내

제목이 곧 내용', meaning 'the subject is the content'.

지못미

지켜주지 못해 미안해'. It literally means 'Sorry that I couldn't protect (you)'. It is used in a pitiful situation.

조낸

Very

죠낸

Very

잠수하다

To disappear without a word.

자삭

A shortened form of '자진 삭제', meaning 'to delete one's own content voluntarily'.

젭라

A typo error of '제발', meaning 'please'.

지름

To buy things on impulse.

지름신

A compound word of '지름' and '신'(god). It indicates an imaginary god who incites one to buy things on impulse. It is used when a person really wants to buy something impulsively. For example, if there is a really cool pair of shoes, and you didn't planned to buy it but very tempting to buy them, then you can say '지름신 온다' which means 'the 지름신 is coming down on me'.

직찍

A picture taken by me.

쪽 팔리다.

To be humiliated.

쩐다.

Wow

중딩

A middle schooler

직딩

A business man

찐찌

Stupid

자음남발

Using too much consonants, like 'ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ'. That's too many 'ㅋ'.

장미단추

A shortened form of '장거리 미인, 단거리 추녀'. It literally means 'a woman who is pretty from far but ugly from near.'

재접

A shortened form of '재접속', meaning 'to reconnect' or 'to rejoin'.

A shortened form of '재미', meaning 'fun'.

즐감

A shortened form of '즐겁게 감상하세요.', literally means 'enjoy watching'.

즐공

A shortened form of '즐겁게 공부하세요.', literally means 'enjoy your study'.

즐겜

A shortened form of '즐거운 게임되세요', literally means 'enjoy your game'.

지대로

Exactly

The best

It has two meanings. One is shortened form of '즐기다'(to enjoy). The other meaning is 'fuck off', but less harsh than '꺼져'.

촌티

A shortened form of '촌스러운 티가 나다', meaning 'rusticity'.

초딩

An elementary school student. Also used used to point at people who are acting childish like an elementary school student.

츄릅

An expression when seeing tasty food.

초짜

A novice

쵝오

Derived from '최고', meaning 'the best'.

채금

No chatting(used online only)

친추

A shortened form of '친구로 추가', meaning 'to add as a friend'

친등

A shortened form of '친구로 등록', meaning 'to add as a friend'

츤데레

Derived from a Japanese word 'つんでれ'(tsundere), meaning 'acting cold outside but actually has a warm heart'.

Derived from a Japanese word '超'(chou), meaning 'very'.

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