Korean Meme Translations (Beginner)

A super easy one!! This is just the dictionary form of 완벽하다, which means ‘to be perfect’. Here is one of the first words that everybody learns! 사랑하다 translates as ‘to love’. 사랑해요 is the formal version of the present tense conjugation, 사랑해. So essentially this meme translates to ‘I love you!!’ (but formally ㅋㅋ)Continue reading “Korean Meme Translations (Beginner)”

Nathan Pyle ‘Strange Planet’ Korean Version + Translation + Grammar Breakdown

Literal trans: Has my existence stopped? Trickery! It has not. Alright we will have to take this in 2 parts. 내가 A combination of the informal you 나 (meaning ‘I’) and the topic particle -가. -이/가 is used to indicate the topic of a sentence. -이 for words ending in a consonant sound and -가Continue reading “Nathan Pyle ‘Strange Planet’ Korean Version + Translation + Grammar Breakdown”

BTS ‘방탄소년단’ Name Translation + Breakdown

I don’t actually stan, but I know everyone else does 😉 And you can’t argue against their stellar performance quality! English: BTS Korean: 방탄소년단 Translation: Bulletproof Boys So their name is actually different than a lot of other groups. Most groups have the same name in Korean and English; only the letters used change. However!Continue reading “BTS ‘방탄소년단’ Name Translation + Breakdown”

흑당 / 흑설탕 / 황설탕 [Words for Brown Sugar]

All the words mean ‘brown sugar’ but there’s different nuances and contexts. 흑당 This word is only really used to refer to the brown sugar milk tea flavor.

Pokemon Go ‘Find Pokemon’ Menu (Korean Translation + Vocab List)

I started playing Pokemon Go again over quarantine because I was bored out of my mind, and I’m low key still playing it. My phone was in Korean at the time, so Pokemon was in Korean, so I figured why not provide some Pokemon Go content ~ So when you go to your pokemon listContinue reading “Pokemon Go ‘Find Pokemon’ Menu (Korean Translation + Vocab List)”

잊다 vs 까먹다 [forgetting]

Both mean ‘to forget’. 잊다 잊다 is the standard word you will probably learn for ‘forget’. It’s a more formal term; you can use it in informal, casual conversation or in a formal setting where you’re giving a speech or talking to someone you don’t know.