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August 13, 2012 3:45 pm

[[Ask Hyojin] How do you say “Have a safe flight!”, “Take care” in Korean?]

to be safe = 안전하다

flight = 비행

So the translation can be “안전한 비행 되세요!” or “안전한 비행 하세요!” But in more natural Korean, you don’t really say that. When their friends go abroad on an airplane, people say “여행 잘 다녀와.” more commonly. 여행 means “trip”, 잘 means “well” and 다녀와 means “Go and come back”. 

"Take care" can be translated to "몸 조심해. (Be careful. Take care of your health.)" or "잘 지내. (Be happy and live well)" but it’s only when you say good-bye to someone you will not see for a long time. If you just want to say "take care" more casually, you can simply say "안녕". 

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July 24, 2012 5:35 pm

[Ask Hyojin] What is 빵꾸똥꾸?

In this Ask Hyojin episode, Hyojin answers the question “What is 빵꾸똥꾸?” 

빵꾸 (slang) [ppang-kku] 

= 방구 (colloquial) [bang-gu] 

= 방귀 (standard) [bang-gwi] = fart

똥꾸 (slang) [ttong-kku]

= anus

Together this is a very childish bad slang word used to refer to something or someone that you don’t like or is bad. 

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