ジョアンナ = Joanna
エイプリル = April (Eipuriru)
ジョアンナエイプリル (shigatsu) (Tsuki)
四月 (Sì yuè) (si4 yue4) 艾谱莉
乔安娜 (Qiáo ān nà)
월 1 일 (aeipuril) [éiprəl] 조앤나에푸릴
There are a few different ways to express "I love you" in Korean. Some common ways are:
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선 (Sun) 주 (Joo)
Jal Ji neh
written younghi and spoken "yuni" it means swimming girl
Pride in Korean is 자존심 (ja-jon-shim)
or 자만심(ja-man-shim)too actually
The name Connor isì½”ë„ˆ (koneo) in Korean. The pronunciation is roughlylike "con-naw".
이 메시지를 읽고 this is how you spell it
"Good night everyone" would be 다들 잘자요. (dah dool jal jah yoh) so basically if you translate it right in what it says it's basically 'everyone, Good night."
Father - 아버지 - ah buh ji
아빠 - appa [Informal]
Mother - 어머니 - uh muh ni
엄마 - umma
"Better speak it in formal form."
if you're talking to adults/ people older than you, say 'joo-sae-yo'
if you're talking to younger children say 'jo'
아마도(A Ma Do)
It would be written as 샤이니
" 천국", pronounced "chun-gook"
"Good night" in Korean would depend on who you were talking to:
To adults you would say 안녕히주무세요 (annyeong hee jumuseyo).
But if you were talking to your friend you would say 잘자 (jalja).
I can translate it. It is 샘
24 letters in Korean alphabet(14 consonants, 10vowels)
Here you go!
1. True Love (Main Theme) - 핑클 / Finkl
2. 지금처럼만 (진선미 [Jin Sun Mi] Theme) - 미나 / Mina
3. 두고온 슬픔 (Sad Theme 1) - 박희수 / Park Hee Soo
4. 사랑을 전하는 마음으로 (형철 사랑의 Theme) - 박희수 / Park Hee Soo
5. Road Runner (허영미 Theme) - Hip Pocket
6. Falling In Love - 미나 / Mina
7. 두고봐 - 미나 / Mina
8. Watching You - 미나 / Mina
9. After (Instrumental)
10. Somewhere (Instrumental)
Hope this helps!! Also, if you are just now watching All About Eve there are a ton of recent K dramas (really good ones) that just came out. Of course you can check out wiki drama and a new resource that I just found with comprehensive info is http://www.mykofan.com/MostPopularDrama.aspx enjoy!
"doing nothing" translates to, "amu-gut-do-ahn-heh" (아무것도안해) in Korean.
Actually means I'm doing nothing.
I'm not sure but I can try..
I think it's 크레? Keu-le
Keu as in curler and le as in lair
Formal: 안녕하세요 /an-niyong-ha-say-yo/
Informal: 안녕 /an-niyong/
Ahhn niyong ha say yo.
you could pronounce it like "onion" if it helps you because an-niyoung and onion sound similar