5.) !” This is usually used when you’re in a difficult situation. Romanization - Jeongmal. 2) 정말 괜찮아? kalau tulisan hangul ini juga udah gak asing pasti buat kalian 사랑해, 미안해, 진짜, 대박 dst…. # 1. - Are you really/truly okay? !” or “Seriously? Setting your Language Level helps other users provide you with answers that aren't too … 17. Ottoke?! This group bring help to those who wants to learn Korean Language for free mostly the beginners. ” (In all honesty ... “Jinjja gyosunimkkeseo sukjega eopdago hasyeoseoyo!” ... (Btw, I’m not sure if the hangul for those last two sentences are right, so please correct me if I’m wrong.) While their meanings are super duper close and you can change them just know that jinjja is slightly more casual talk than jeongmal which is more polite. For example: I forgot where I put my Alien Registration Card. You may well have heard this one a million times before, but it is still popular and widely used. DAEBAK! !” 6.) 18. This expression means “Really? I want to show real Korean here, as some answers are in wrong grammar and unnatural ways. Translation - Really, truely. Examples: 1) 정말 미안해 - Jeongmal Mianhae - I'm really/truly sorry. Daebak! 대박 (daebak) is an exclamation that’s meaning has changed from 대박나다 (daebangnada | to be very successful) to now mean “awesome” or “wow” or to describe anything that is shocking or amazing! English words for 진짜 include the real and real thing. Example: 진짜 미안해요/Jinjja mianhaeyo.. - I'm really sorry. 정말 미안해요/Jeongmal mianhaeyo - I am truly sorry. Ottoke?! Omo! Jinjja, Bom? Free Learning Korean Language for Beginner has 817 members. This expression means “What should I do now? May 18, 2016 - To say really in Korean, you say "jinjja" (in Hangul:진짜 ) or jeongmal (정말), but to fully understand these words, you need to take a look at the examples and how they are used in context. The Language Level symbol shows a user's proficiency in the languages they're interested in. Kalian yang suka nonton drama korea pasti udah gak asing lagi dengan kata-kata Saranghae, mianhae, annyeong, jinjja, daebak, dst…. Pronunciation - Juhng-mal. Formal and honorofic speech - 정말 신납니다. :) They don’t like to use subjects, and they don’t distinguish active and pasive relation on adjectives. Find more Korean words at wordhippo.com! 대박 (daebak) – Awesome. Saya baru belajar membuat Blog, dan ini adalah Blog pertama saya. I’ve almost resurfaced from under all … Jinjja?! Anyway, have fun using these words guys! Hangul - 정말. This expression means “Awesome!” or “Amazing!” 7.) - Jeongmal Gwaenchana?