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한국어

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네?!

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한국어

한국어 슬랭

가르쳐준다고요?

(의심2222)


네?!

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꿀잼을 

말한다고요?

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잠시 웃고 가도 되나요...아..아니..눈물을 흘릴 단계인가(웃음) 한국어를 가르쳐주는 강사 티선생님이라니요! 게다가 호피 무늬 입은 인강 선생님이라니욧!...ㅎㅎㅎ 눈길이 아이패드로 안가고 자꾸 스앵님 호피무늬로 가잖아요오....


싱글 <TEACH YOU>를 홍보하는 중에 'Vanity Fair'의 슬랭교실 시리즈에 참여하게 된 티스앵님 되시겠습니다. 

과연 외국인들이 정말로 이 내용을 다 알아들을까는 모르겠으나(웃음) 파니 본인이 직접 그 슬랭들을 공부했기 때문에 누구보다도 더 잘아는 것으로...(웃음) 티선생님이 이 컨셉으로 기초영어 가르쳐주면...그 학원 10년반 직행 끊을게요..ㅠㅠㅠㅠ


* 사실 간지,ㅈㅁㅌ, 배째는 슬랭이라기보다 '속어'에 가까워서 가급적 쓰지않는 것을 추천하긴 합니다만....>_<

(최근 존맛탱은 JMT로 바꿔쓰고 있긴 하죠...)




| 원문 Tiffany Young Teaches You Korean Slang | Vanity Fair  https://youtu.be/rqnBqKqh4bY



티선생과 함께하는 한국어 슬랭교실
- Tiffany Young Teaches You Korean Slang






가즈아ㅏㅏㅏ(Let's go)↗




| 오졌다(Oh Jut Da)
: that means it's lit if you see something and it looks good and like you walk in and your friend looks good you go.
→ I can't believe I'm sayingㅋㅋㅋㅋI don't even use the word late.ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

| 쩔어(Jjul Uh)
: that means like "damn~!!!!"

| 세젤예(Sae Jael Yae)
: that is short for 세상 제일 예뻐"  that means <Prettiest in the world>
→But it's like a shorter word and it's not as like cringy I mean it's cute to use like as a comment or like on text like let's say a girl sent you a photo and she looks great and she happens to be Korea or Korean-American you can be like "Huh! Sae Jael Yae!" and they'll be like "Oh! Wow! you know your stuff!" I would do it if I think a man is beautiful.

| 간지(Gan Ji)  
: GanJi means SWAG~!!!
→How's my SWAG~!!!

| 치맥(Chi-Maek)
: Chi-Maek is short for a chicken&Maekju. 
→chicken means chicken, Maekju means beer.

| 꿀잼(Ggul Jaem)
: that's so weird that I think 'ggul' means honey, jaem is short for "재밌다(jaemitta)" means like this is so fun! 
→I watched a <star is born>, ggul-jaem(꿀잼)! look so good!

| 실화냐(Sil Hwa Nya)
: that means "Are you for real?" like "Is that for real?!?!?"
→this is a really popular one. 

| 쌩얼(Ssaeng Eol)
: that means "Bare face" so sometimes when ladies don't have thair makeup on they'll be like "오!나 쌩얼이야!"
→ this is like a really popular term like "oh, did you put on makeup today?" "음 쌩얼이야"

| 썸(Sseom)
: like "something". they use this term when somebody having a point.

| 존맛(John Mat)
: <John Mat> and upgrade version <John Mat taeng> means that's X-delicious.

| 뻥치지마(Bbeong chi ji ma)
: that would mean "don't lie!"
→I use this a lot because my families would trick me with korean words all the time I feel like what does this mean and then they'll start giving me like the wrong example.

| 헐(Heul) 
: this is a simple one. and it says "heul!" but the tone you would use it's you can use it in any way it can be like a good one or bad one. 
means like OMG or WTF! "헐↘", "헐↗". whrer's there's like little notes to it. so this is a really simple but effective one. if you want to go and react to situations in korea.

| 안물안궁(Anmool Angoong)
: I learned this I asked my bandmates about this one.
→"I didin't ask and I don't care" that's what it means, well I said something they're like '안물안궁' what does that mean? like 'I don't know, I don't care.'


| 배째(Bae Jjae)

: I use this all the time. BAE means stomach JJAE means cut open perturbing is like over my dead body.

→ so I'd be like OK we got to and I'm...NO NO NO 배째배째배째 나 안가안가. I'm not going. I like how there's gestures for all the things. 


| 갑분싸(Gap Bun Ssa)
: "갑자기 분위기 싸....해" Kill my vibe.





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