12:37 am - 11/13/2018

Tiffany is here to TEACHYOU.MP3 Korean slang



source: Vanity Fair

do you use any korean word in your daily life, omona?
petecarl 13th-Nov-2018 01:09 am (UTC)
Not Korean, but I often find myself wanting to use Konglidh like 'Fighting!' and 'some'.
halfdressedliar 13th-Nov-2018 01:27 am (UTC)
After years of watching variety shows I occasionally pop out an omo or eomma when I get scared by someone.
violoncelliste 13th-Nov-2018 02:03 am (UTC)
she said fuck i'm living (the best thing is that they beeped the first one but no the second lol)

she seems happy :)
lil_poisonfrog 13th-Nov-2018 02:43 am (UTC)
Not out loud bc I'm not tryna act like a Koreaboo but I often want to use "heol". It's fun to say and isn't that far off from "huh"

Edited at 2018-11-13 02:45 am (UTC)
neongoldtooth 13th-Nov-2018 04:05 am (UTC)
do you use any korean word in your daily life, omona?

No because I'm not Korean and I don't speak Korean. lmao To each their own, but it was soooo cringey listening to all of these non Korean kids speaking Korean words at Kcon LA. But I mean, I know tons of people from Korea and other countries who use English words the same way....but yeah. idk. my own personal issue.

I absolutely am LOVING Tiffany rn. I think this version of herself is so much more true and FUN. I just wish I liked her English music more.


soyogi 13th-Nov-2018 05:30 am (UTC)
i never paid much attention to tiffany while in snsd but i'm loving her solo career. i almost bought one of her h&m jackets lmao
i (very briefly) studied korean and i used to count everything in korean in order to remember the numbers and practice. it's a habit that i still do now but usually to myself and not around other people
kenziekinz09 13th-Nov-2018 08:33 pm (UTC)
Omg korean numbers. The worst to remember
juhli 13th-Nov-2018 10:11 am (UTC)
I use hwaiting a lot online. In real life, aigoo sometimes slips out, but not in convos.

I occasionally practice Korean with my sister.
adenar 13th-Nov-2018 10:13 am (UTC)
No lmao. I've been there done that had the weeaboo friends who won't stop saying kawaii and waifu, got the tshirt

It doesn't get any less embarrassing

After years of listening to kpop/watching the activities of my faves I've definitely figured out the auditory cadence and structure of the language though which makes it so much easier to pick out words and understand them. I really feel now more than ever that I should put that to use and actually learn korean. Being able to understand someone speaking to you has always been what's held me back in learning other languages.
ursulavosyem 14th-Nov-2018 03:45 am (UTC)
Yeah, after years of listening to Korean I feel like I should put in more effort to learn the language properly, but then I don't want to turn my leisure time into another job.
broadway_bound3 13th-Nov-2018 11:58 am (UTC)
When I was in Korea, yes. Even when talking to my Korean friend in English, if there was a word that described something better than the English I'd pop it in there. You have no idea how useful a word like ahjussi is, for example. Haha. Now it's just part of my inner monologue. I did the same thing when I was learning French.
mntsuklaa 13th-Nov-2018 01:32 pm (UTC)
She's so bubbly, I love it. She looked really happy she got to swear lmao

I use about 4 different languages, but only inside my head (weirdly enough, I use my native language the least). I think the only time I think in my native language is if I'm doing some really important paperwork (taxes or something) and I have to concentrate on what I'm doing.
lynethia 14th-Nov-2018 03:05 am (UTC)
Taking mental notes on some of the slang.

Can't wait till she releases a full album stateside.
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