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When the idea of Santa Claus was first introduced into Korea, there was a slight problem. One of the most popular phrases used by Santa Claus, “Ho! Ho! Ho!” is the feminine way of laughing in Korean. Therfeore, since Santa is a man, this could not be possible. They had to alter Santa’s phrase to “Heo! Heo Heo!” The vowels ‘o’ and ‘a’ in Korean are considered to be feminine, while the vowels ‘u’ and [...]
Warai means laughing in Japanese, so wwwww is lolll… In Thai the number 5 is pronounced “ha”, so 555 is hahaha… In French, you can use “lol” or you can use “mdr” (mort de rire, dying of laughter). Check this Buzzfeed article to learn how to say lol (laughing out loud) in Japanese, Hebrew, Swedish, French, Spanish, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Thai, Russian and [...]
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Korean is the official language of North Korea and South Korea, where it is spoken by about 78 million people. Korean has its own alphabet, called Hangul. The genealogical classification of the Korean language is debated. Some linguists place it in the Altaic language family, while others consider it to be a language isolate. It is also considered likely that Korean is related in some way to Japanese.
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Korean > English: 5,663 words
English > Korean: 6,169 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: September 28, 2007
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