There are two different words for really in the Korean language: 정말 (jeongmal) 진짜 (jinjja)
What is the difference between Jeongmal and Jinjja?
jinjja (진짜), as we previously describes, resembles the English words “real” and “genuine”, while jeongmal (정말) is leaning more towards the English word “truth”, as opposed to “lie”. Furthermore, both of these words can be used as either a noun or as an adverb.
What does Chongmal mean in Korean?
정말 (chongmal) is synonymous to 진짜 (jinjja) which means really. 정말 however implies truth in its contextual meaning.
Is Jeongmal formal?
Both words may be used colloquially, but jeongmal would be more formal than jinjja. But jinjja itself is not too much of an informal word.
What is the meaning of Aigoo?
Aigoo. Aigoo / 아이구: Geez, oh no, oops. Can be used in many different contexts, but usually its used to show frustration.
What is Nado saranghae?
If someone says “I love you” in Korean to you, then you can reply with 나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae). It means “I love you, too”. For example 나는 너를 사랑해 (naneun neoreul saranghae | I love you) vs 너는 나를 사랑해 (neoneun nareul saranghae | You love me).
What does Chonun mean?
저는 jho-nun <- this is mean im ah, yes. thank you! See a translation. 0 likes. What does chonun
What does Pangapsumnida mean?
When someone says thank you the common response is anieyo literally meaning no but actually meaning Youre welcome/ no problem I have also heard manaso pangapsumnida to mean Nice to meet you
What is the meaning of Nae Sarang?
내 사랑 (nae sarang) = my love.