- 1 What does Arasseo mean in Korean?
- 2 What does Gwaenchanha mean?
- 3 What does Mwoya mean?
- 4 What is Kenchana in Korean?
- 5 What is ANYO in Korean?
- 6 What is Jaljayo Korean?
- 7 What does Choayo mean in Korean?
- 8 How do you apologize in Korean?
- 9 What is saranghae?
- 10 What is Weh in Korean?
- 11 What does Yeoboseyo mean?
- 12 What is Gwenchana English?
What does Arasseo mean in Korean?
Arasseo (알았어) is the past form of alda (알다) “to know” and means “ I understand,” or in some cases “I knew.” When used as a question (알았어?) it means “Do you understand?” in an informal or possibly impolite manner, depending on who you are speaking to and how you use it.
What does Gwaenchanha mean?
that’s okay, that’s alright or I’m okay.
What does Mwoya mean?
뭐야 이게(mwoya ige) – the emphasis is on “what”. So it’s like saying, “What is this?” and. 이고 뭐야 (igo mwoya) – the emphasis is on “this”.
What is Kenchana in Korean?
I am okay I am fine.
What is ANYO in Korean?
1. 아니요 ( aniyo ) This word can be used in both formal and standard Korean. The word can be used by itself. Some alternate spellings that you might see are 아니오 (anio) and 아뇨 (anyo). 6
What is Jaljayo Korean?
잘 자요 (Jal Jayo) Meaning: Sleep Well. This is the most common standard way to say Good Night in Korean. The Korean verb 자다 (jada) means “to sleep” while 잘 (jal)means “well”.
What does Choayo mean in Korean?
좋아요(choayo) means ‘ good ‘.
How do you apologize in Korean?
“Apology” and “Apologize” in Korean
- Formal (Please apologize) – 사과하세요. ( sa-gwa-ha-se-yo)
- Polite (Please apologize) – 사과해요. ( sa-gwa-he-yo)
- Casual (Apologize) – 사과해. ( sa-gwa-he)
What is saranghae?
Saranghae means ‘ I Love You ‘ in Korean and we bet after learning this, you’re going to use this term to comment on all of BTS’ pictures and videos, because, don’t well all love them!
What is Weh in Korean?
It is WAE and not WEH. Wae is why, and Weh is ‘ really ‘, in the most insulting way.
What does Yeoboseyo mean?
This posting is from the blog ‘Organic Korean. When the phone rings, Koreans say “여보세요[yeoboseyo].” It is a Korean way of saying ‘Hello’ on the phone.
What is Gwenchana English?
Well, 괜찮아 (gwenchana) means, “ I’m alright ”, “It’s fine”, “It’s fine with me”, “I’m ok”, and “It’s alright”. You can use this in a number of ways!