good question :)
in korea, it depends what you call a sister by age.
if the girl is older, then u call her "un-ni"
if the girl is younger, u call her "yuh-dong-saeng"
Sister in Korean is a Dohng Seng or Noo Na.
여동생 = sister
Unni means sister in Korean.
It is Sister in Korean ^-^
noona for elder sister 누나- that is how you right it
바쁘세요 = are you busy
Sister: 언니 - A girls older sister 누나 - A boys older sister 동생 - Younger Sibling 여동생 - Younger Sister
Older sister but it doesn't have to be your real sister. it could be any older girl that you consider her as close to a sister
Older Sister (addressed by female).
dangsin-ui yeodongsaeng eul mesinjeo
Unnie is what a younger girl would call a older sister. Noona is what a younger boy would call a older sister.
Oppah for sister to brother Hyung for brother to brother
it means older sister IF you are a boy. but if you are a girl, it is UNNIE.
Older sister coming from a female - "Eon-nie" Older sister coming from a male - "Noo-na" Younger sister coming from both gender - "Dong-saeng"
For malesolder sister is 누나 noonaolder brother is hyung.For femalesyour older brother is 오빠 oppayour older sister is 언니 eonni.
oni, sa na ei yo.
여동생, (Yuh-Dong-Sseng)-Little sisster
Boys call girls older than them a Noona.
동생, 잘 지내? (dong-saeng, jal ji-nae?)
A younger brother or sister is 동생 (dong-saeng). If you are a girl, your older sister is 언니 (eon-ni) and your older brother is 오빠 (oppa). If you are a boy, your older sister is 누나 (noona) and your older brother is 형 (hyung).
Unni is used when referring to a slightly older woman or older sister by a female speaker.