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What is oppa, unni, noona, hyung and dongsaeng?

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on 6 October 2013

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Transcript of What is oppa, unni, noona, hyung and dongsaeng?

If you're a girl and there's a young older girl than you, you'd call her...
Unni
Oppa, unni, noona, hyung and dongsaeng...
what are those?
These are "family" titles that koreans use depending of the age difference, the genre of themselves and the genre of who they are talking to
How does that work?
If you are a girl, and there's a young older boy than you, you'd call him...
Oppa
If you're a boy and there's a young older boy than you, you'd call him...
Hyung
If you're a boy and there's a young older girl than you, you'd call her...
Noona
If you're a girl or a boy and there's a younger girl or boy than you, you'd call him or her...
Dongsaeng
Awesome!
Now you've learned these korean terms and you're ready to use them!
But remember...
These "family terms" show closeness...
Use them with people you're already more familiar with!
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