Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'KkulJaem'

Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'KkulJaem'

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Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'KkulJaem'

The perky members of FIESTAR namely: Jei, Cheska, and Cao Lu are here once again to learn Korean slang in a fun way.It is also FIESTAR A-HA!final lesson. Huhuh so sad (T_T)

The girls pick the word 'KkulJaem' for their final lesson and explain it into three languages, it is a combination of the word, 'kkul' or in english word means honey and 'jaem' short for 'jaemee itda' which means fun. 'KkulJaem' is a combine word that means something really funny, interesting or fun happen. You can used it for certain events or expression.

FIESTAR members are present in the show it was been a surprise to see them and announced the sad news, FIESTAR A-HA's last lesson. But the ggod news is FIESTAR will be hitting the stage for their comeback this coming November 1!

Hope you learn all the Korean slang that FIESTAR member teach to you and use it in a fun way to communicate.

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Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'Cri'

Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'Cri'

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Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'Cri'

Here's another episode of FIESTAR'slearn Korean, where Jei, Cheska, and Cao Lu are going to teach foreign fans Korean slang words to have a better understanding and use it to communicate to others.'FIESTAR's A-HA!'.

The girls chose the word 'cri' and explain it in three different languages. This word is derived from English vocabulary that described something critical or someone is in critical situation where there is nothing that he/she can't do about it.

Life is not always about having fun or getting it in a more easy way sometimes you need to go through some difficult situation to overcome it. Learn more about Korean words as FIESTAR takes another fun and easy way to understand it.

Till next episode of FIESTAR A-HA! Fighting!

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Learn Korean:  Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'Bolmae'

Learn Korean: Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'Bolmae'

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Learn Korean:Girl Group FIESTAR Teaches the Slang Word 'Bolmae'

FIESTAR's Jei, Cheska, and Cao Lu are back with another exciting episode of learning Korean slang and taught their beloved fans on how they could use it properly. FIESTAR's 'A-HA' helps other fans to relate to Korean words and help them understand its meaning.

For their episode, they chose the Korean word 'bolmae' which they explain as derived from Korean phrase, 'bolsoorok maelyukeetda', the meaning of it is used to complement a person that become more and more attractive and a charmer, the more you see and be with them.

Hope that you've learn another Korean term from FIESTAR stay tuned for more episode of 'A-HA'.

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Girl Group Fiestar Back to Teach You More Korean Slang

Girl Group Fiestar Back to Teach You More Korean Slang

Girl Group Fiestar Back to Teach You More Korean SlangJeiCheska, and Cao Lu of girl group Fiestar is back to give you another lesson on Korean slang!

Their new video series, A-ha!, will be focusing on giving global K-Pop fans a chance to learn Korean phrases. Previously, the ladies have taught you daebak, and are back this time to teach you the Korean slang phrase, deuktem!

In the video, Jei, Cheska, and Cao Lu explains the word in three different languages: Korean, English, Chinese. According to them, deuk is the Chinese character that means to get or obtain,  while tem derives from the English vocabulary Item. Therefore, deuktem is usually the word to use when you get something special!

This is a great way for non-Korean speakers to pick up on some Korean slang!  Dont forget to be on the lookout for the next video in the series!

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Girl Group Fiestar Teaches Korean Slang in English and Chinese to Their Global Fans

Girl Group Fiestar Teaches Korean Slang in English and Chinese to Their Global Fans

Girl Group Fiestar Teaches Korean Slang in English and Chinese to Their Global FansCheka, Jei, and Cao Lu of girl group Fiestar wants to teach you the proper usage of the Korean word daebak through their new video series A-ha! The video was shared with English and Japanese subtitles through the official Loen Entertainment YouTube channel.

In the educational video on Korean netizen language, Jei first teaches and gives examples of the word daebak in Korean. Then Cheska, who is originally from the United States, offers an explanation in English. Lastly, Cau Lu, who is from China, finishes it off with an explanation in Chinese. The girls even offer alternative phrases in their own languages. At the end of the video, the girls ask the viewers to discuss the video on the official LOEN Entertainment Facebook page.

Hopefully these cute girls will share another video soon!  When you watch the first lesson below, dont forget to turn on the subtitles.

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DSP Medias New Girl Group April Release Unique Virtual Reality Profile For Member SoMin

DSP Medias New Girl Group April Release Unique Virtual Reality Profile For Member SoMin

(Photo : DSP Media)

(Photo : DSP Media)

DSP Media"s new girl group April released a virtual reality profile for member SoMin on April 10.

Profiles for members JinSol, NaEun, ChaeWon, YeNa, and HyunJoo will be released at noon of each day following April 10.

SoMin"s profile contains a short description of her, photos that rotate 360, a teaser video, and an interview video. Its cute and unique design make people feel as if they"re reading a fairy tale book.

"April members had so much fun making this virtual profile book because it"s different from regular photoshoots," a source from DSP Media commented.

"We want many people to come and experience April"s profiles and have fun," the source added.

April will officially debut on August 24.

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Korean girl group MAMAMOO's lastest song to have the contribution of Rihanna and Lady Gaga's engineer

Korean girl group MAMAMOO's lastest song to have the contribution of Rihanna and Lady Gaga's engineer

-- MAMAMOO has partnered with a world-renowned mastering engineer on its latest album.

According to a rep from MAMAMOO′s agency, the group worked on title track Um Oh Ah Yeah from its upcoming mini album with famed mastering engineer Chris Gehringer, who has worked with the likes of Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Madonna and Nas.

Rihanna and Lady Gaga Engineer Participates in MAMAMOO′s ′Um Oh Ah Yeah′

Um Oh Ah Yeah is an RB style dance track, with lyrics written by the members themselves.

MAMAMOO will hold a media showcase at Ilchi Art Hall in Seoul′s Cheongdam-dong on June 18, before its second mini album Pink Funky is released on June 19.

Photo credit: Rainbow Bridge World

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T-ara to become the only Korean girl group to star in Hunan TV

T-ara to become the only Korean girl group to star in Hunan TV"s Lunar New Year special program

T-ara will make their special appearance in Hunan TV"s upcoming Lunar New Year special program.

According to MBK Entertainment, T-ara will depart for China on February 1st via Incheon airport. They are the only Korean girl group to be invited in Hunan TV"s special program "Spring Festival Ball" for Lunar New Year.

The group is planning to stay in China for 4 days and return to Korea on February 4th.

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Woollim"s girl group LOVELYZ release individual profile photos

Following the group photo of Woollim"s first ever girl group Lovelyz, INFINITE"s lovely hoobaes release individual profile photos for us to know who is who.

The 8 members are all looking lovely and pretty in their uniform-styled outfits. Lovelyz"s members are Baby Soul, Yoo Ji Ae, Seo Ji Soo, Jin, Jung Ye In, Lee Mi Joo, Ryu Su Jeong, and Kei.

You might be familiar of some members as they have solo careers before and others have appeared in INFINITE"s MV as well. See the photos below:

Meanwhile, the girls are releasing their debut album on November 17. But before that, the girls are treating us a pre-release track on 10th followed by their debut showcase on 12.

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Chinese Korean boy group UNIQ are "Falling In Love" with the same girl in MV

Chinese Korean boy group UNIQ are

Although they have already been promoting on music shows, 5-member Chinese Korean boy group UNIQ, are making hearts flutter with their group MV for debut single "Falling In Love"!

These boys, comprised of 2 Korean members Sung Joo and Seung Youn, and 3 Chinese members Wen Han, Zhou Yi Xuan, and Yi Bo, show off both some exciting choreography and a storyline. In a seemingly common occurrence all of the members fall for the same girl, mayhem ensues.

Check it out above and let us know what you think. Thanks to everyone who sent in the tip!

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