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Daebak
대박
Korea North flag
Rating:2.4  
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great, "Big win", awesome
I thought this word mean "success" or something of that sort... Comment by: Grace   
well it doesn\'t mean that bad of a word, but not a good word either. Fu8k that tastes great or Fu8k it smells in here. Kinda that meaning but not as a bad word as F8ck A worse variation of daebak is juhnda so if you wana be gangster you can use juhnda insead. ex damn check out her body, juhnda! Comment by: Joe    Rated:4/5
Is this North Korean slang? Do they even have slang in North Korea?!?!?! Comment by: Tater Tot    Rated:4/5
Great,awful, lol used in any "extreme" condition. ex This tastes the best, daebak! Or omg your room smells so bad, baebak! Also can be used if something got popular daebak naht dah! roughly means "it's a hit" Comment by: Joe    Rated:5/5
I'm pretty sure in South korea, Daebak means "the best" for example if there's a boy group u love the best/or girl group. you would say Big Bang, 2NE1, 2PM (whatever) is Daebak! (the best) Comment by: Kpopluver<3   
No, Daebak does mean 'Big Win' or 'Jackpot.' The word for best of Jjang or Zzang, and isn't a slang. Comment by: SL   
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dak chuh
닥쳐
Posted by: Bruce
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Shut up!
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Dang-geun
당근
Korea South flag
Rating:1.3  
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Of course! The original word for "of course!" is "dang-yun", and "dang-geun" usually means "carrot". However, "dang-geun" is frequently used by younger generations in Korea instead to mean "of course!". The only reason I can think of is that they both start with "dang".
A: 밥 먹었어? B: 당근!
Good explanation^^ I think this word originated from a joke on a comedy show though. Comment by: JJ    Rated:4/5
i think i heard it on x-men when they were playing "of course" was that the right one? Comment by: lee   
"당근" means that "of course","that's right", "absolutely right","right" etc... A : have you done homework? B : of course = 당근 but, it usually uses between young friends... whereas not uses to mother,father or so much elder people compare with the other. Comment by: jimmy   
몰론 is more like of course 당근 is carrot. Comment by: janghyuk   
The literal meaning is "carrot". But "Of course" is how its commonly used and is used more as a verb. Comment by: Korean Wife   
this word came from a commercial of a vegetable juice like 10 years ago. no young people actually say this word anymore. Comment by: aaarrr   
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DDR
딸딸이 DDR
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public masturbation
DDR means masturbation. It`s from 딸딸이. Comment by: DDR   
딸딸이 is a noun for someone who masturbates in public. Comment by: dru   
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DDR
딸딸이 DDR
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public masturbation
My "heading on the bare ground"* teacher em muốn hỏi : ground ở đây dịch thế nào cho hợp lý đc ạ? Comment by: mencam   
how do you say "make out" in korean? how do you say "blow job" in korean? Comment by: koreangirl    Rated:4/5
Dude, this is a Korean slang dictionary... So why are you typing in Viet? Comment by: Person?   
oh are you all from korea i love koren boy they are very sexy and i want have a boyfriend from korea if you want be my boy frien this is my emil afterschool_95 Comment by: farah   
how do u pronounce the word emu in Korean? Comment by: koreansweetie   
blowjob in korean is sakashi Comment by: korean wiz   
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Dijille
디질래
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Do you want to get beaten up? It's something like 'Do you want to die?/죽울래?' but it's i think mild-er? lol. my friend explained its like do you want to get punched and have blood on your nose?-.- rofl yea.
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dol dah
돌다
Posted by: Bruce
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crazy, insane
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