(noun) A Germanuntranslatable word, sehnsucht is described an intense longing and yearning for something far away and vague, something which is difficult to describe. Similar to the Portuguese word saudade, it describes all facets of life that one finds unfinished or imperfect. This longing is a form of coping with life’s unattainable desires. The profound emotions are usually both positive and negative and are ambiguous.
“Regardless of how people in the real world feel about this work, inside the world of this show, there will be absolutely no discrimination toward the things one loves. I will absolutely protect this world.” — Kubo Mitsurou.
(adjective) A beautiful untranslatable Korean word, sareureuk is described as the muted sound and the motion of snowflakes, which gradually melt in warmer temperatures or under the winter’s sunshine.