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      [NEW] Member Solo Activities Subforums!   03/11/2017

      Hey Karaholic! Since all of the members are now with different agencies, we thought it'd be appropriate to create new subforums so members can stay in touch with their activities. Please try to post here from now on with future updates and events.  Here are the new subforums we've created:
      Park Gyuri: http://www.karaholic.com/forums/index.php?/forum/158-park-gyuri-solo-activities-motion-media/
      Han Seungyeon: http://www.karaholic.com/forums/index.php?/forum/159-han-seungyeon-solo-activities-jwide/
      Goo Hara: http://www.karaholic.com/forums/index.php?/forum/157-goo-hara-solo-activities-keyeast/
      Jung Nicole: http://www.karaholic.com/forums/index.php?/forum/160-jung-nicole-solo-activities-b2m/
      Kang Jiyoung: http://www.karaholic.com/forums/index.php?/forum/161-kang-jiyoung-solo-activities-sweetpower/ For Youngji, we've opted to leave the forum as is as she is still with DSP Media.  Thanks for your attention, hope you continue to drop by and visit.. new members and old! 

      -KH Staff


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I'll be restarting this part of my Korean "word of the day soon".

Please look forward to it!

Well because I have not much to write about myself, I'll make use of this space for something more worthwhile than reading about a person like me. <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="tongue.gif" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" />

I'm putting up a log of my <b><i>Korean Word of the Day</i></b> that I run daily on the sbox for those that miss it here.

While I don't know if anyone would even read this or not, but nonetheless I hope it helps and if it doesn't... no harm done! <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="tongue.gif" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

<i>*Log of words started 14/01/2010</i>

<b>- May 2010 -</b>


캍이 (katchi) - <b><u>together</u></b>

혼자 (honja) - <b><u>alone</u></b>

<b>- April 2010 -</b>


내일 (naeil) -<u> <b>tomorow</b></u>

오늘 (oneul) -<u> <b>today</b></u>


잠깐만요 (jamkkanmanyo) - <u><b>hold on / wait a moment</b></u>

이것 (igeot) - <u><b>this</b></u>

저것 (jeogeot) - <u><b>that</b></u>

<b>- March 2010 -</b>


귀신 (gwisin) = <b><u>ghost</u></b>

유령 (yuryeong) = <b><u>spirits</u></b>


힘세다 (himseda) - <b><u>strong</u></b>


포도 쥬스 (podo jyuseu) = <b><u>grape juice</u></b>

건배 (geonbae) = <b><u>cheers</u></b>


침대 (chimdae) - <b><u>bed</u></b>.

베개 (begae) - <b><u>pillow</u></b>.

담요 (damyo) - <b><u>blanket</u></b>.

<b>- February 2010 -</b>


비상구 춤 (pisangu chum) - <b><u>Emergency Exit Dance</u></b>. Yes, the one and only.... <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=" :51333867:" border="0" alt="biggrin.gif" />


객실 (gaeksil) - <b><u>room in a hotel</u></b>.

방 (bang) - <b><u>room at home</u></b>.


북한 (bukhan) - <b><u>North Korea</u></b>

남한 (namhan) - <b><u>South Korea</u></b>


성공 (seonggong) - <b><u>success</u></b>.


인기 있다 (inki itda) - <b><u>popular</u></b>.


중국 설날 (jungkuk seolnal) - <b><u>Chinese New Year</u></b>. You can just say 설날, it means New Year and its the same thing.


신이 나다 (sini nada) - <b><u>excited</u></b>

신나는 (sinnaneun) - <b><u>exciting</u></b>


모든 종류의 (modeun jongnyu i) - <b><u>every kind (of)</u></b>

매번 (maebeon) - <b><u>everytime</u></b>

어디든지 (eodideunji) - <b><u>everywhere</u></b>


모든 (modeun) - <b><u>every</u></b>

모든 사람 (modeun saram) - <b><u>everyone</u></b>

모든 것 (modeun geot) - <b><u>everything</u></b>

매 (mae) - <b><u>every</u></b> (shortform)


여자 (yeoja) - <b><u>woman</u></b>

남자 (namja) - <b><u>man</u></b>

소녀 (sonyeo) - <b><u>girl</u></b>

소년 (sonyeon) - <b><u>boy</u></b>


저녁 식사 (jeonyeok siksa) - <b><u>dinner</u></b>

점심 식사 (jeomsim siksa) - <b><u>lunch</u></b>

아침 식사 (achim siksa) - <b><u>breakfast</u></b>

식사 (siksa) - <b><u>meal</u></b>


아침 (achim) - <b><u>morning</u></b>

오후 (ohu) - <b><u>afternoon</u></b>

밤 (bam) - <b><u>night</u></b>


나방 (nabang) - <b><u>moth</u></b>.

예쁘다 (yeppeuda) -<b><u>pretty/beautiful</u></b>.


키스 (kiseu) - <b><u>kiss</u></b>.

뽀뽀 (bbobbo) - <b><u>smooch</u></b>. A cuter way of saying kiss.

토요일 (toyoil) - <b><u>Saturday</u></b>.

금요일 (geumyoil) - <b><u>Friday</u></b>.

목요일 (mogyoil) - <b><u>Thursday</u></b>.


수요일 (suyoil) - <b><u>Wednesday</u></b>

화요일 (hwayoil) - <b><u>Tuesday</u></b>

<b>- January 2010 -</b>


월요일 (wolyoil) - <b><u>Monday</u></b>.

일요일 (ilyoil) - <b><u>Sunday</u></b>.


뷔페 (bwipe) - <b><u>buffet</u></b>.


행운을 빕니다 (haeng.unuel bib(m)nida) - <b><u>Good Luck</u></b>.


태양 (taeyang) - <b><u>sun</u></b>.

달 (dal) - <b><u>moon</u></b>.


뭐라고 하셨어요 (mworago hasyeosseoyo) - <b><u>pardon me</u></b>.


고추 (gochu) - <b><u>chilli</u></b>. Can also be used for pepper.

후추 (huchu) - <b><u>black pepper</u></b>. Used to specify black pepper.


화나다 (hwanada) - <b><u>angry</u></b>.

우유 (uyu) - <b><u>milk</u></b>.

국수 (guksu) - <b><u>noodles</u></b>.


금 (geum) - <b><u>gold</u></b>.

정말 (jeongmal) - <b><u>really</u></b>. To state something in regards to be "really" good.


감자 (gamja) - <b><u>potato</u></b>.


이만해 (imanhae) - <b><u>huge</u></b>.


잘한다 (chalhanda) - <b><u>very good</u></b>. You'll hear this ALOT in korean shows.

굴 (gul) - <b><u>oysters</u></b>.


저질 (jeojil) - <b><u>crazy</u></b>.

물 (mul) - <b><u>Water</u></b>.

불 (bul) - <b><u>Fire</u></b>.


양고기 (yanggogi) - <b><u>Lamb/Mutton</u></b>.


어제 (eoje) - <b><u>yesterday</u></b> .


영화 (yeonghwa) - <b><u>Movies</u></b> . Very important word, so make sure you remember it.


졸린 (jollin) - <b><u>tired</u></b>, as in sleepy.

피곤한 (pigonhan) - <b><u>tired</u></b> but as in tireness from doing something (working, playng sports, etc.).