What does Opso mean in Korean?

What does Opso mean in Korean?

없어 / Opso – Which comes from the verb 없다 / Opso means “there is not” or “I/he/she/etc. doesn’t have something”. This specific conjugation is informal (only use with friends, younger people, animals, etc.)

What does Cheoreom mean?

Cheoeum(-)cheoreom (Korean: 처음처럼), also known as Chum(-)churum is a Korean word that comes from Cheoeum (Korean: 처음; literally the first) and Cheoreom (Korean: 처럼; literally like), and means like the first time.

What does Babocheoreom mean?

why like an idiot

What does Shiro mean in Korean?

I don’t like it

What does Sunbae mean in Korean?

I am not a native korean but I think I can help 🙂 sunbae = senior hoobae = junior in general : sunbae means people who are on upper grade than you and it is a word that refers to people with more experience (at work, school, etc), ex: if you are kpop fan so you know that super junior debuted in 2005 and mblaq debuted …

What is Yeppeo?

To say “you are pretty” in Korean, we use the word “yeppeoyo” (in Hangul: 예뻐요) if we want to be polite or “yeppeo” (예뻐) if we want to be more informal and friendly.

What is Paboya?

The above answer is correct Paboya=바보야 Meaning You fool.

What is the meaning of Aegyo?

Aegyo (Korean: 애교; Hanja: 愛嬌) in Korean refers to a cute display of affection often expressed through a cute voice, facial expressions, or gestures. Aegyo literally means behaving in a flirtatious, coquette-ish manner and it is commonly expected for both male and female K-pop idols.

What is Kyo in Korean?

Good morning, afternoon, evening and night.

Do you call your boyfriend oppa?

You can say ‘오빠(oppa)’ when you call your older brother, male friends/cousins/boyfriend older than you. It’s not common that a girl calls a male friend older than her ‘형(hyeong)’. No boys will like to be called it because it will be highly likely to mean they aren’t attractive to the girl.

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