Don’t you just love TalkToMeInKorean? The teachers are cool and funny. The lessons provided are concise and helpful for anyone learning Korean. Enough of fangirling. This review I contains colloquial phrases that are used everyday in Korea and are often heard in k-dramas.
Used when something goes wrong or doesn’t go as planned
– (lit.) This is driving me crazy.
Used when you are upset over something, are stuck in a situation or don’t know what to do
– (lit.) What should I do?
Used when you wonder what you should do next to deal with the situation
짜쯩 나. [jja-jeung na]
– You’re annoying me.
– I’m frustrated.
Used when you feel upset and angry about something or someone
– I’m feeling frustrated.
– I’m feeling depressed.
Used when things are not working out in your favour and you don’t see much progress
– It’s stuffy!
Used when you are in a stuffy room without proper ventilation
큰 일 났다! [keun il nat-da]
– (lit.) A big problem had occurred!
– (lit.) I’m in big trouble.
Used when something bad happened, usually by mistake, and you know that someone will be in trouble
By the way, Happy Valentine’s Day if you celebrate it! ^^