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Korean Text Slang Abbreviations




It’s a lot like “lol” or “fr” in English. The way you would shorten down a word by using the first letter of each word. For example, lol is laughing out loud.

LIST:

ㅇㅇ: 응 (Yes -informal)

ㄴㄴ : 노노 (No)

ㄱㅊ: 괜찮아 (It’s ok)

ㄱㅅ: 감사 (Thank You)

ㅎㅎ / ㅋㅋ: 하하하 (haha/ LOL)

ㅊㅋ: 축하해 (Congratulations)

ㅗ: F**k you

ㄷㅊ: 닥쳐 (Shut up)

ㅅㄹㅎ: 사랑해 (I love you)


You can abbreviate almost any word in Korean if given context. But don’t go too far with it, because Koreans might not understand you.


Here Are Some Internet Phrases As Well:

댓글을 달다

to leave a comment


‘좋아요’ 누르다

to ‘like’ something


태그하다

to tag someone


팔로우(하다)

follow


구독

subscribe


공감/ 핵공감

something people say when they relate to something (the English equivalent would be a comment saying “THIS” under a relate-able post. Koreans would say 공감, or 핵공감 when something is REALLY relate-able)


오글거려

cheesy/corny/cringe-worthy


악플

offensive/hurtful comments. the kind of comments a cyber bully makes.


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