Korean Buzzwords

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빵셔틀 (bread + shuttle?)

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팩트 폭력 (fact + violence?)

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하드 캐리 (hard + carry?)

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발연기 (foot + acting?)

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인생샷 (life+shot?)

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비주얼 깡패 (visual + bully?)

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동공지진 (pupil + earthquake?)

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뇌섹남 (Brain sexy man?)

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단호박 (sweet pumpkin?)

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What is 안물안궁?

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개이득 (wild… benefit?)

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아아 (What is "ah...ah"?)

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What is 덕업일치? (hint: it’s related to your job)

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What is 프사?

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한글 패치 (Korean Patch?)

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금사빠 (hint: It’s related to love.)

What is 덕업일치? (hint: it’s related to your job)

Learn some of the most recently created slang expressions in the Korean language and how they are used in spoken sentences and text messages!

What would your guess be for the meaning of this word if you heard someone say it? 덕업일치?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to talk about a job that’s related to what you love as a hobby or as a fan. Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used. Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly?

덕 is from the Japanese 오타쿠 (Otaku) and it refers to your hobby or something you are a fan of. 업 refers to your work, and 일치 means that two things agree or concur. So 덕업일치 means that you are working in a field that is related to your hobby.

Learn some of the most recently created slang expressions in the Korean language and how they are used in spoken sentences and text messages!
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