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These are some basic words of Korean Dramas or typical word of Korean´s Vocabulary:Aigo <아이고>:A word used to show frustration. The Korean equivalent of "aw man!" or "geez."Aegyo <애교>:Acting overly cute and innocent to charm fans. Can be done by male or female idols, usually in a pose like this:


Ajusshi <아저씨>: Literally means "uncle," but is used in polite conversation to refer to a man who is older than you, and who you don"t know well.

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Andwae <안돼>:Korean word meaning "no way," usually used in moments of disbelief, shock, fear, or defiance. Andwae is also one of those words you"ll end up using by yourself while surfing the web and stumbling upon a scandalous story or outrageous fan fiction.
Bias <바이어스>:
Your absolute favorite actor, whom you will support no matter what his project is.(My ultimate bias is Junkook from BTS)

Bromance :A platonic, close friendship between two actors or idols that appears to be almost romantic, stimulating massive feels production in all who look upon it.


Chaebol <재벌>:A tried-and-true character type in Korean dramas, the wealthy heir of a family conglomerate. Pretty much every Kdrama male lead ever has played a chaebol at some point.
Dongseng <동생>:A dongsaeng is a younger friend or sibling. Anyone younger than you is considered your dongsaeng, regardless of gender.
Eye smile:
When a male or female smiles, their eyes become small and also form into their own smile. Usually eye smiles are a stealthy way of flirting and stealing your affections. A guy or girl can be crazy or even rude, but the moment they smile and reveal their eye smile, they"re the cutest people in the universe!
Flower boy: An incredibly attractive, model-perfect Korean guy who dresses well. F4 of Boys Over Flowers provides the ultimate example.
Hyung <형>:Literally older brother, but also used by Korean males to address another male older than them who they are close to.

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Idol: A male or female who has gone through years of training only to debut and stun all the fangirls and fanboys in the world with amazing dance skills, catchy songs, funny variety show stints, and the occasional K-drama role. Never forget: The trainees of today are the biases of tomorrow.