Lern tha sen Korean

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  1. In order to prepare bar loiterers for the coming conflict I thought it would be useful if we were to post a few useful Korean words and phrases.

    I'll start with food or chow:

    개 pronounced "Geh"

    or 강아지 pronounced "Gahngaji" which strangely can also mean puppy.

    Does anyone else have a useful Korean word to contribute?
  2. here is a phrase that is know the world over.

  3. F*ck that! You`ll be lucky to find a takeaway after their little duffy.

    Whats Korean for "Stay away from the big red button"? :)
  4. "SPEAK YOU THE ENGRISH?" is quite useful I find.
  5. Cheers Trollox, simplest response is sometimes the best - laffed my c**k off! Boozy Not bad either!
  6. Andy_S

    Andy_S LE Book Reviewer

    Naneun Yongguk gunnin imnida! Pyongwha ro kaggjigowatta! Bang!
    (I am a British soldier! I come in peace! Bang!)

    Good luck chaps. See you on the Imjin.
  7. 평양이나 돼라!

    'Pyongyang or bust!'
  8. 뒤로돌아 pronounced "dwi-ro-dora" apparently means turn around, I thought that might be of use Jarrod.
  9. How would I say," Kim jong-il is wonderful,and gets my vote to be Emperor of Europe" ?
  10. Love you long time Johnny......
  11. 엿이나 안녕, 내 이름은 한스 Blix입니다

    'Hello tojo, my name is Hans Blix.'
  12. 안녕, 예쁜아가씨. 얼마나좋은시간을위해, 또는그드레스아래불알 세트를가지고있다.

    안녕, 예쁜아가씨. 얼마나좋은시간을위해, 또는그드레스아래불알 세트를가지고있다.

    여보세요 매우 숙녀. , 또는 저 복장의 밑에 bollocks의 세트를 주어진 당신이 있는지 방탕한 것을 위해 얼마가.

    According to my sh1t hot internet translater, the above means

    Hello pretty lady. How much for a good time, or have you got a set of bollocks under that dress.

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  13. Auld-Yin

    Auld-Yin LE Reviewer Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    I bet you have bagged the rights for the book!!! :)
  14. 어떤 모래가 나의 거북을 자루에 넣는 빠른 술책은 폭발하는 것을 대략 이다

    translates to.

    "Quick fetch some sandbags my tortoise is about to explode"

    good in any tortoise terroist incodent you might encounter there
  15. I think Korean you just pronounce the words in a Geordie accent and you'll be ok.

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