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속어 Slang

가드 올려라 "get ready to defend yourself, because I'm going to hit you." You use this phrase when someone is annoying you.
공주병 It points at someone who thinks herself is really pretty. "공주" means princess and "병" means illness. So it literally means 'a princess illness'.
갈비 A shortened form of "갈수록 비호감", meaning someone who looks so unattractive in your eyes as time flows.
걍고 A shortened form of "그냥 고(go)", meaning "just go"
A shortened word of "그냥", meaning "just"
갑툭튀 A shortened form of "갑자기 툭 튀어나오다.", meaning popped out of the blue.
고고싱 or 고고씽 A compound word of '고고'(go go in English)and '싱', meaning go go.
공홈 A shortened form of '공식 홈페이지', meaning an official web site,
걍해 A compound word of '걍' and '해', meaning just do it.
개취 A shortened form of '개인 취향', meaning personal preference.
A shortened form of '급하다', meaning urgent; sudden.
급질 A shortened form of '급한 질문', meaning an urgent question.
귀차니즘 -ism(-이즘) is added to 귀찮다'(to be lazy), meaning bothersome.
갠소 A shortened form of '개인소장', meaning something to be possessed by only me. Will not distribute to anyone else.
고딩 A high schooler
간지나다. Derived from a Japanese word 感じ(kanji). It is used as a meaning of "멋지다.", "스타일 난다", "폼 나다." (cool or stylish)
갠찬 A shortened form of "괜찮다.", meaning I'm good., I'm okay., I'm fine.
갠춘하다. A shortened form of "괜찮다." meaning I'm good., I'm okay., I'm fine.
귀척 A shortened form of '귀여운 척', meaning pretending to be cute.
깜놀 A shortened form of "깜짝 놀라다." meaning shocking; striking.
가오티 A typo error of 강퇴
강퇴 A shortened form of '강제 퇴장', meaning to make one leave without asking his permission.
고나리 A typo error of 관리, meaning 'charge; management'.
글구 A shortened form of 그리고,meaning 'and'.
굿밤 A compound word of 'good'(English) and '밤'(night), meaning 'good night'.
광삭 A shortened form of '광속 삭제', meaning 'deleting a comment or a post very fast'.

A shortened form of '강력 추천', meaning 'strongly recommended'.

광클 A compound word of a Chinese character '미칠 광光' and 'to click', meaning 'to click insanely fast'.
걸조 A shortened form of '걸어 다니는 조각상', literally means 'a walking sculpture'. It points at a good looking person.
개- It means 'very' and used as a prefix. When you want to emphasis a certain adjective, you add '-개' to the front of the adjective. For example, '개추워' means 'It's freaking cold'.
까리하다. Handsome
꼬댕이 Points at a student who doesn't know how to have a fun and also gets bad grades.
꺼져 Fuck off
길막 A shortened form of '길을 막다', meaning 'blocking one's way/path'.


남친 A shortened form of "남자친구", meaning boyfriend. In Korea, it indicates a boyfriend who is more than just a friend = a lover. Whether your friend is a boy or girl, a friend is just a friend '친구'. If you want to point your opposite gender friend, '이성 친구', literally means 'an opposite gender friend', is for it. '동성 친구' for a same gender friend.
낚시글 A compound word of "낚시"(fishing) and "글"(content).
A written post with a plausible subject to attract public attention or to make people click it. But there is nothing special about it. Sometimes it's not even related to the subject.
낚이다. To be fooled by the title of the post.
낚다. To fool people with the title of the post.
넘사벽 A shortened form of "넘을 수 없는 사차원의 벽". It is used when there's too much gap between oneself and someone's look, personality or a skill. Mostly in every aspect if not specified.
냉무 A shortened form of '내용 없음', meaning 'no content'. For example, your email subject can be '감사합니다(냉무)', which means 'thank you(no content).
눈팅 A shortened form of '눈으로 채팅하다.', literally means 'chatting online with eyes'. It means 'Watching only without words.'
놀토 A compound word of '놀다' and '토요일', meaning 'no school on Saturday'.
노잼 A compound word of '노'(no in English) and '잼'(재미), meaning 'not funny'
An online honorific expression of 'you'.
님선 A compound word of '님' and '선'(first).
낫닝겐 A compound word of 'not(English)' + 人間(Japanese meaning a human, pronounced ningen). It means not a human.
뉴페 A shortened form of '뉴 페이스'(new face in English), meaning 'a person who recently joined a community or group'.