What is the meaning of Mwoya?

What’s wrong with you!
뭐야 (mwoya) can also be used to question a person… like “What’s wrong with you!”

What does hajima mean in Korea?

don’t do, don
HAJIMA (하지마) means don’t do, don’t, or stop it, depending on the context. Whenever you hear JIMA (지마), it indicates a “don’t.” It is placed after a verb to make it negative.

What is Bichi English?

naked ⧫ starkers (very informal)

What does Eotteokhae mean?

Eotteokhae literally means “what to do?”. Most of the times, non-Korean speakers use this in situations where they really don’t know what to do.

What is the meaning of Araseo?

“Okay” in Korean It can also simply be used to mean “Okay.” Depending on who you are speaking with, you can say “okay” in Korean as 알았습니다 (aratseumnida), 알았어요 (arasseoyo), or 알았어 (arasseo).

What language is Bichi?

Translation of bichi from the Collins Spanish to English.

What does Bichi mean in Korean?

“bichi” can be some words. #1. 빛이 [pitɕʰi] This means light as a subjective case — with the subjective marker 이 [i]. #2. 비치 [pitɕʰi] from beach in English This means beach, which is from the English word beach. #3.

What does bichosyo mean in Korean?

You are probably referring to the one they use very commonly in korean drama which sound something like bichi or bichosyo .It is actually michin or michyeosseo meaning ‘crazy’ and ‘are you crazy’ respectively .

What is the meaning of the Korean proverb?

When to use it: This Korean proverb is used to describe situations where one is determined and finds a way to achieve their aims, even if they are difficult. It could be used in a speech or to describe a situation where someone needs to be encouraged to take on a great feat.

When to use Korean quotes?

When to use it: This Korean quote is great for situations when someone should be careful and work hard on a task, regardless of its significance. Let’s say your brother is taking the Japanese proficiency test and knows Japanese really well. He is confident, so he thinks he doesn’t have to study.