mini pointless stories from my Korean class
in my Korean class yesterday my teacher was explaining how to use the word 유행이다 which means “ to be in fashion” or “to be popular” and she asked us what do we have here in Canada that is 유행이에요 and at first no one said anything but then, one girl pulled out a fidget spinner and my teacher spun it a few times and just gave us the most un-amused look and was like “ wow i’m angry that something like this is popular”
also in one of the example sentences we were practicing the word 놀라다 came up and none of us knew what it meant, it means to be surprised but my teacher was like “ it means SHOOK” everyone laughed so did she. I think she was trying to say “Shocked” but with her accent it sounded more like shook and someone explained the meaning of shook to her and she just laughed and said “ well year they’re pretty much the same thing.
idk i thought theses were funny