Korean Buzzwords: 'Sick for Someone' & 'Story’s Conclusion'
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In this video, Hyun Woo and Jae Min discuss the expressions "[ㅇㅇ]앓이" and "기승전[ㅇㅇ]." "앓이" is literally translated to “being sick” or “being sore,” and it is usually used to describe your feelings for someone that you really like, usually a celebrity.


"기승전[ㅇㅇ]" originates from the original expression "기승전결," which means “introduction, development, turn and conclusion,” used to talk about the development of a story. So if someone keeps talking about something no matter what the topic of the conversation was, you can say "기승전" and add whatever the topic is after it.


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