”. 혼밥 (honbap): Eating alone / 혼술(honsul): Drinking alcohol alone; 맛집(matjip): Good restaurant 치맥(chimaek): Fried.
닭살 (Dak-sal) This one literally means ‘chicken skin.
썰: Story; if someone says 썰 풀어줘, it basically means "Spill the tea".
존멋/존예. . .
Sometimes it’s paired with other words to make slang phrases like 몸짱 ( momjjang ), which means someone has a great physique.
2. . 존나 – Jonna.
얼짱 = Combination of 얼글 which means face, and 짱, which means great or amazing. So this means someone with a very attractive face.
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대박, 쩐다, 미친, 헐= Basically "Whoa" or "Damn" or "Holy shit".
. 사랑꾼 = Person who is full of love.
May 7, 2022 · Korean Slang for Food and drinks. ㅊㅋ (congrats) This slang comes from 축하해요 (chuk-ha-hae-yo), which means “Congratulations”.
a popular korean slang that you can use in any situation.
Jun 23, 2019 · Vulva = (Formal) 외음부 / 음문 (Informal/Slang) 보지.
. . Yeobo: A term of endearment or pet name used between Korean couples, especially married couples, meaning “honey”, “sweetie”, or “dear.
It is similar to how OMG is used in English, and it is most often used in texting. 짱 Jjang. These are the exclamations in Korean that you’ll often hear from someone who is happy or excited. . So this means someone with a very attractive face. .
뻥, 구라= Joke/Lie, in a joking manner of course.
It is often used with the slang ‘아가리 Agari’ which means ‘animal’s mouth’ = ‘아가리 닥쳐’ ‘shut your mouth’. No one is actually physically fighting.
ㅎㅎㅎ (hahaha) This comes from 하하하 (ha-ha-ha).
May 7, 2022 · Korean Slang for Emotion and Reaction 노답(no dap): No answer / No hope / Messed up.
Comes from 훈 훈하다.
ㅈㄴ, 존나=Fucking (as in Very and Extremely)=it's considered a bad word in Korea, though (can also be used as a standalone, like 존나.