Quick Answer: What Is Daebak In English?

What is the meaning of Daebak?

jackpot, big successJanuary 22, 2014 · Real Korean Slang 101.

– 대박(Daebak): It means jackpot, big success, originally.

But now people also use it when they are surprised/shocked as exclamation.

It can’t be also used in sarcastic way..

What is Boya Korean?

It’s actually Meoya (뭐야), but for foreigner ears, sounds like “boya”. Meaning: “What?” —- the short expression of “What are you talking about?” “Why did you say/do that?”

What does Ottoke mean?

What should I do now?!7.) Ottoke?! This expression means “What should I do now?!” This is usually used when you’re in a difficult situation.

What is the meaning of Sunbae?

What are sunbaes and hoobaes?” Sunbae(선배, 先輩) is a word that refers to people with more experience (at work, school, etc), and hoobae(후배, 後輩) refers to people with less experience.

What is your name in Korean?

Here is how to ask ‘What is your name? ‘ in Korean: 이름이 뭐에요? [Ee-reum-ee mo-eh-yo?] 이름 [Ee-reum] means ‘name’ and 이 [ee] is a connecting article to complete a sentence in Korean.

What does Chincha mean?

Noun. chincha f (Latin spelling, plural chinchas) bedbug. (slang) miser.

Why do Koreans say Nim?

The honorific suffix -님 (-nim) is affixed to many kinship terms to make them honorific. Thus, someone may address his own grandmother as 할머니 (halmeoni) but refer to someone else’s grandmother as 할머님 (halmeonim).

Why do Koreans say fighting?

(Korean: 파이팅, pronounced [pʰaitʰiŋ]) or Hwaiting! (Korean: 화이팅, pronounced [ɸwaitʰiŋ]) is a Korean word of support or encouragement. It is frequently used in sports or whenever a challenge such as a difficult test or unpleasant assignment is met. It derives from a Konglish borrowing of the English word “Fighting!”

What is the meaning of Aigoo?

When you’re so tired you can say “Aigoo”. Aigoo is deep sigh. Meaning of Daebak is so great, nice or cool.

What is Jinjja in English?

진짜 (jinjja) means really. This is one of the most common expressions used in day to day Korean conversation.

What is Kyeopta?

“Kyeopta” (originally pronounced “gwiyeopda”) means “that’s cute,” and “bogoshipo” (“bogosipeo”) means “I miss you.” The words are often reflections of a specific facet of Korean culture that cannot be easily translated into English.

What is Jeongmal?

It can also be used to answer that question. Second, it can be used in the same way as the word ‘very’. There are two different words for ‘really’ in Korean: 정말 (jeongmal) 진짜 (jinjja)

What is Yeppuda in English?

예쁘다=beautiful, cool. 예쁘다=beautiful, cool. See a translation.