Question: Why Do Koreans Say Fighting?

What does Hokshi mean in Korean?

Finally, if asking a question or directions, you are better off with “hokshi / 혹시” which literally means “maybe” but is used to preface a request.

Think of it like “would it be possible if…”.

What is OMO in Korean?

Omo means ‘O my’ See a translation.

What is Jeongmal in Korean?

jeongmal (정말) can be used in almost every situation, and just like jinjja (진짜), it can be used as a question, and mean both “very” and “for real”. Please note that when used as as a question, neither jinjja nor jeongmal would ever mean “very?” (which sounds awkward in English of course).

Can BTS go to military together?

It is known that BTS members are respectful men and faithful Korean citizens. They will never agree to be exempted because they see military service as their honour and duty. In the case all the members will be enlisted together and return in two years, it will save their time and career.

Why do Koreans say work hard?

But when Koreans greet someone in business, they open with “You’re working hard” and when closing (such as hanging up the phone or walking away), they say, “Work hard”… or even, if the the person is really struggling with something, “Suffer a lot!”.

What does Aigoo mean?

A Korean expression that is a softer equivalent to “damn” It’s typically used when expressing frustration. i.e.: “Aigoo!

Why does BTS always say fighting?

fighting (hwaiting) It is a supportive cheer, so when you want people to cheer up and do their best, you’ll say, “Fighting!” At times, this is accompanied by an arm movement where you bend your elbow so your arm is still vertical, form a fist, and then pull your elbow down a bit as you say it…

What are BTS haters called?

They’re generally called Antis, Anti-Army, Haters, etc.

What are Jimin fans called?

Jimin’s fans could be called “Jams” so now no one can say Jimin has no Jams!!!

What is Boya Korean?

It’s actually Meoya (뭐야), but for foreigner ears, sounds like “boya”. Meaning: “What?” —- the short expression of “What are you talking about?” “Why did you say/do that?”

What’s Daebak?

January 22, 2014 · Real Korean Slang 101. – 대박(Daebak): It means jackpot, big success, originally. But now people also use it when they are surprised/shocked as exclamation. It can’t be also used in sarcastic way.

How do you say yes in Korean?

The most common and standard way to say “yes” in Korean is to use the word “ne” (Hangul: 네). “Ye” (예) is synonymous with “ne” and can be used interchangeably.

Why do Koreans say Hwaiting?

(Korean: 파이팅, pronounced [pʰaitʰiŋ]) or Hwaiting! (Korean: 화이팅, pronounced [ɸwaitʰiŋ]) is a Korean word of support or encouragement. It is frequently used in sports or whenever a challenge such as a difficult test or unpleasant assignment is met. It derives from a Konglish borrowing of the English word “Fighting!”

Do Japanese people say fighting?

頑張ってください (gambatte kudasai) This is the most common and convenient way to say “Fighting!” in Japanese. Its variations are 頑張れ (ganbare : Hang in there)、頑張ろう (ganbarou : Let’s do our best)、頑張って(ganbatte : Good luck!)、 頑張ってよ(gambatteyo: Do your best)、頑張ってね (gambattene : Do your best).