Happy Birthday In Korean
Where I wrote Happy Day, Opa! In Korean?
Â¹Â, ÂƒÂ Â¼Ã¬Â¶Â • Â Â´! (oppa, sehngeelcokkaheh) = Oppa, happy birthday!
«Â¹Â = opa.
infor infor • Â • infor infor infor (informal) = good morning
formal formal • Â formal formal (”(formal) = hello.
Â¹Â, Â¼Ã¬Â¶Â • Â •
The Korean word for Korean is: ?? (Hanguk) Korean, however, is written in Korean: ??? (Korean) So, whatever your preference, Koreans don't use literal translation. Hope this helps.
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