Oh My God In Korean?

What is OMG Korean?

The English phrase ‘Oh my god’ is well known in Korean, and often it is used instead of a Korean word.

When it is written in Korean, it becomes 오 마이 갓 (o mai gat) and it is pronounced in such a way by Koreans.

What is OMO in Korean?

“omo” is actually quite outdated. Alot of Korean phrases become almost like trends. They come and go somewhat quickly. Omo would mean “Oh my god” in a state of shock. Spelled: “오모”

What does Aigo mean?

In fact, the correct term used for ‘aigo’ is ‘ah ee go’. It really means ‘Oh Dear’, but nowadays people, when they get surprised or shocked, use the term ‘oh my God’ or ‘OMG’. So it also means ‘ah ee go’ or ‘aigo’. We can also say ‘ah ee goo’ but its a dialect. So the right word is ‘ah ee go’.

What does Ottoke mean?

Ottoke?! This expression means “What should I do now?!” This is usually used when you’re in a difficult situation.

What is Boya Korean?

Originally Answered: What is the meaning of boya in Korean? The closest to this pronunciation is 뭐야, which is romanised as ⟨mwoya⟩ and it means “What is it/this/that”.

What does Daebak mean?

대박(Daebak): It means jackpot, big success, originally. But now people also use it when they are surprised/shocked as exclamation. It can’t be also used in sarcastic way.

What is Arasso?

The word arasso is used in Korean meaning understood,Understand,okay?, alright,okay.

What is Gomawo?

“Gomawo” is the romanization of Korean word “고맙어” meaning Thank you. It is usually said informally. However formal way of saying it is “고맙습니다” read as “gomabseubnida”.

What does NOMU mean in Korean?

Korean. 너무 and 아주 It is little bit difference but similar word. 너무 (neomu) = so or too 아주 (Aju) = very.