Korean Anyone?

Japanese, general discussion on the language
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RE: Korean Anyone?

Post by clay » Mon 03.28.2005 10:12 am

It means "what the... (explicitive)"

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RE: Korean Anyone?

Post by dreamingxashley » Mon 03.28.2005 3:20 pm

heh I knew that was gonna happen... I meant in reference to his last post:

i admit the idea of korean is very similar to Japanese but still if you dont know the chinese characters that tie into the hangul like me most of the time you will go "WTF?!?!?!?!?!"


Why would I go wtf to not knowing what the Chinese sourse characters are?
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RE: Korean Anyone?

Post by clay » Mon 03.28.2005 11:01 pm

:D Gotcha. Maybe just because of bewilderment?

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Post by Ady001 » Tue 03.29.2005 1:28 am

They call their chinese characters Hanja. But I rarely see Hanja in some Korean writings. I think anyone who would study korean would find Japanese to be a more challenging language.
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Post by Matsumoto_hideto » Tue 03.29.2005 7:24 pm

sorry i should clarify i was looking throuhgh a korean dictionary
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