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Posted by: bvkRating:2.4  
Do you want to go to sleep? This is not a common expression in Korea and its usage could be various. For eg. if you say that a chick that you just bumped yes it could be "wanna f*ck" or something like that but if you say that your children or friends it means "do you want to go to bed" or so. Anyway, "Jaro gal-lae" can be translated "Do you want to go to sleep". "with me" don't need be there unless you say "narang jaro gal-lae".
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Posted by: BruceRating:1.7  
Jaesoo (chesu is more accurate) means luck in Korean. the expression literally means "there's no luck" or if you say 'neon chesu upda' it means 'you're luckless.' but it's really bad and can be transliterated into "You suck" x 10. Comment by: Eunkyeong    Rated:2/5
how do you say f*ck you in korean because I have to tell that to someone Comment by: something   
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"Honey", "Sweetie", affectionate term for girlfriend
boyfriend as well Comment by: bvk    Rated:3/5
Actually, I think the proper pronunciation is chagiya... Comment by: O.O   
chagiya is correct pronunciation. chagi is the phrase and ya is the informal sentence ending. 자기야 Comment by: George   
it doesn't mean girlfriend it's like when your calling a girlfriend or boyfriend you call them like "jagiya!" Comment by: balsdfha   
Actually it is the "J" sound at the beginning not "CH".. if it were Chagiya it would be spelled 차기야. but it is not spelled with a ㅊ. Comment by: Mike   
It's also "honey." Used with gf/bf...but my best friend and I use it, as well. Comment by: c elizabeth   
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"The best", "cool!", "The head of a group"
A: 그 영화 짱 이더라! B: 응. 거기 나오는 여자배우도 짱 먹었어.
this word is so kool now i can use it to communicate wit my korean friends Comment by: none    Rated:5/5
Dont try it with Korean friends, they will crack up at you Comment by: ¯    Rated:5/5
Korean people tell me this is for small children. Comment by: George   
lol... only like really little kids use this term. it's not really used by anyone older than 10 anymore Comment by: ˾Ƽ ϰ?   
I recall telling this to my korean student... 엘리샤 영어 짱이야...! hahaha she's gone mad... Comment by: erick   
Jjang in school mean's the "best fighter" so whenever someone is called a Jjang, it means you shouldn't f*ck with them or else you'll probably get your ass handed to them. Comment by: Lee   
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Posted by: regxjinRating:0.1  
The original meaning is, killing. But in Korean slang, it means to "look good," or "awesome!" If a pretty lady was to walk by, you would tell your friends, "Joo-geen-dah!"
lmao wtf who put "dick" under this XD Comment by: kawaii-ne   
Isn't this also said after slamming down a hit of sojou? lol Comment by: Bobby teacher   
literally, it means 'it kills' i guess it's along the same lines of how 'that's sick!' means 'cool' you know? Comment by: hmm   
it means to kill nothing else. Comment by: baby   
it depends on the way you say it. Comment by: korean   
I'm enjoying a cute Korean lhigh school love series called, "Playful Kiss." It's about a high school girl that adores a cold feeling intelligent and mean guy. He always embarrasses her. On their graduation night he corners her and she tells him she's done caring about him. He kisses says something like, "forget me?" and kisses her. She is frozen and as he walks away he says, "Look at you now. Merong." Then walks away. I've tried to find this word, "merong" but can't! Please help. :) Songs Comment by: Songs   
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Posted by: BruceRating:0.5  
Gook is pronounced as jook, but as it is spelled out---gook. That means like a slang term for someone who is of Caucasian descent.
actually in my country gook is a very racist name for Asian people :D Comment by: Kyo   
^^ Yes "Gook" is a racist term for Asians believed to have developed after the Korean war, when Koreans were saying "America/an/ans" (미국) it sounded as if they were calling themselves 'Gooks' Comment by: Thor   
국 means country, 미국-American 한국- Korean....Gook did come from the Korean War when Korean civilains would come up to American Soldiers and say Mi Gook (American).....ignorant Americans thought they were saying " Me Gook" Comment by: 김 s.g.   
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