Considering it’s history of sequestering pregnant teens and forcing them to give up their children to overseas orphan seekers, ostracizing any who dare to expose their sin to the light of day, refusing to hire single mothers, and even abusing innocent children with far more than simple ridicule, can the Korean government really have any chance of implementing a 180 in the Korean psyche?
Just because someone is a non-native, doesn’t mean they don’t get the implied insult of inappropriate #반말 use.
Essentially, if you want respect, you’d better give it. Just because someone is a non-native, doesn’t mean they don’t get the implied insult of inappropriate #반말 use.
Sooo don’t need this girl hangin’ around looking for a sugar daddy. I got my own shit to buy! This 된장녀 [duen-jang-nyo] has got to go!
… well, to the store anyway, to pick up another bag (with duenjang coming out of her ears). It gives new meaning to the term ‘bag lady!’
#ratstail #koreanslang #badasskorean #TIK #golddigger
Koreans generally consider drinking to be integral to most interactions, be it a department dinner or a causal meeting, a holiday, weekend, wedding or funeral, nights out with friends, entertaining clients, celebrating special occasions, or just to forget the pressures of life in Seoul.
Sometimes, the best thing to do is just agree to disagree. Not everyone does things the way you’d like. Keep calm and say… TIK!
I heard him say something about being a man… he said I had to 맞장뜨다, then i ended up in the hospital!
맞장뜨다 go toe-to-toe or face off