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K-Pop Celebs, Bands and Korean Words

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A very prominent part of the South Korean culture is it's entertainment sector which is slowly becoming a hit worldwide.

BTS - Bangtan Boys are my favourite K-Pop band ( 7 boys) so far. They sing but are also excellent dancers. The songs that I like best are :

The list of actors is endless with Ji Chang Wook, Park Hyung Sik, Lee Min Ho, Do Ji Han, Sung Hoon and Taehyung (V) being my favourites. 

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 Here are some words that I have picked up so far:
  1.  Father - Aabuji
  2. Mother - Omoni
  3. Brother - Oppa / Hyung
  4. Sister - Noona
  5. Aunt - Khomo
  6. Mr. - Aajusshi
  7. Ms. - Aagaashi
  8. Ours - Uri
  9. Good Morning - Aanyo Ashmika
  10. Good Night - Aanyogi Jumuseyo
  11. Why - Wae
  12. What - Mwo
  13. Fine - Khinchana
  14. Beautiful - Yeppo
  15. No - Aanyo
  16. What do I do ? - Otuke
  17. I - Dega
  18. Alright / I got it - Khrae / Aarasso
  19. Incredible - Daebak
  20. Thank You - Khansamida
  21. Sorry - Chesuaamida
  22. It's ok / It's fine - Khinchana
  23. I love You - Saaranghe
  24. I like You - Chuuaaeo
  25. You're welcome - Chaunman eyo
  26. Really ? - Chhincha
  27. Investigator - Susanim
  28. Food - Shikkhum
  29. What is the time ? - Myoshi innikka
  30. How much money ? - Dhuniaulmanna
  31. How much ? - Aulmanna
  32. Do not - Anaseyo
  33. By the way - Gunde
  34. Om my gosh - Aigoo
  35. My name is Shamika - Ne ilumin Shamika
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Some really good dramas which all Koreans probably swear by are:
1. Decendants of the Sun
2. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon
3. Full House
4. Boys Over Flowers
5. K2
6. Suspicious Partner
7. The Heirs
8. My Love from the Other Star
9. Legend of the Blue Sea 
10. Cinderella and the Four Knights
11. Fight For my Way
12. My Secret Romance
13. Doctor Crush
14. High Society
15. W
16. I Can Hear Your Voice



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