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5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

1. Jiryutda (지렸다):

5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

This term is used to express extreme amazement or admiration, typically when someone demonstrates outstanding skills or delivers a fantastic performance. It can be directly translated as "to be so amazing it's like peeing oneself." The English equivalent is "You nailed it" or "You are awesome."


5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

For example, "You jiryutda at the K-pop dance class" means "You nailed it at the K-pop dance class."



2. Ojutda (오졌다):


5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

Similar to "Jiryutda," this term is used to denote something that is awesome or amazing. It can also mean something extraordinary or impressive. In English, it translates to "Awesome" or "Nailed it."

For example, "This performance ojutda" means "This performance was awesome."


3. Jjunda (쩐다):


5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

This slang also means something is amazing or incredible, akin to "Jiryutda" and "Ojutda." The term originally meant "having a lot of money" but evolved to signify something awe-inspiring or tremendous. In English, you can say "Awesome" For example, "Your dance jjunda" means "Your dance is awesome.



4. Jonna (존나) (19+):

5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

This is a more intense slang term used to emphasize something to a great extent. It can be translated as "Fuxxing great" in English, where "Jonna" acts like "Fuxxing." The origin of the term 'Jonna' is linked to a notion of strong impact, often with a connotation of sexual excitement. However, in general usage, it primarily signifies 'very much' or 'extremely.

For example, "Your dance is jonna great" means "Your dance is Fuxxing great."

5 Informal Slangs(: you naver know) for Complimenting Others in K-pop Dance class

Remember, while these slang terms are commonly used in informal settings, some might be considered inappropriate or too casual for certain situations, especially in a professional environment.


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