Very often happen – especially at the beginning – to see a Korean drama and to hear some words but not to figure out what they mean.For this reason, I have drawn up a list of the most common terms that you should know if you are learning Korean. Ahjumma / 아줌마: an older woman, typically the age of a mother or an aunt but not your relative. Ahjusshi / 아줌씨: an old man, typically the age of a father or an uncle, but not your relative. “Aish!” / 아이씨: expression of frustration and irritation. Ani|Anyo / 아니|아니요: No. Annyeong / 안녕하세: “Hello” when you are near someone; “Goodbye” but informal. Annyeonghaseyo /…
Recently I was enjoying kpop songs and since I know almost all of you listen to kpop songs too, I came up with the idea of teaching lessons through Kpop. I will be choosing two sentences from kpop songs and I will be explaining it, one by one. Today's song will be Momoland's Bboom Bboom.