The word “baby” in Korean is 아기 (ah-gi). But often people say 애기 (ae-gi). These words apply to human babies only. When referring to newly-born animals, such as kittens, the word 새끼 (saeggi) is used.
Korean and Japanese are sister languages. Thai is unrelated to either Japanese or Korean . It is a tonal language (like Mandarin Chinese) and the pronunciation is very difficult.
South Korea – Thailand relations are the bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Thailand and the Republic of Korea . During the Korean War, Thailand was the second nation to send troops—a total of over 10,000—to support South Korea , just after the United States.
Krab /Ka. ” Krab ” or “Ka” (you saw above) is used for a simple reply “Yes”. “Chai”(ใช่) is used to mean “Yes, you are right”.
Nae sarang (내 사랑) – “My Love” Yeobo (여보) – “Honey” or “Darling”
Chagiya is of Hebrew origin. The meaning of Chagiya is ‘God’s celebration’. See also the related category hebrew.
Well, YG gave Korean lessons to Lisa every days in priority (even before her training) with a teacher and she practiced a lot with her unnies, especially Jisoo! YG entertainment would have provided daily Korean lessons and forbade her from speaking English/Thai for a while so that she can pick up the language quicker.
The Thai language is classified as a Tai language, closely related to other Southwestern Tai languages including Lao , Shan in Myanmar, and numerous indigenous languages spoken in an arc from Hainan and Yunnan south through Laos and Northern Vietnam to the Cambodian border.
Today, Thailand is a constitutional monarchy with a democratic form of government. The Thai monarch reigns, but does not rule.
Thailand is much cheaper than South Korea essentially because it is still a developing nation compared to South Korea . Cheap accommodation in Thailand is everywhere, and the food is usually cheap , too.
According to South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, in 2013 there were about 20,000 Koreans living in the country.
It’s about economy: South Korean economy is heavily export dependent and its top two trade partners are China and the US.
The meaning of 555 in Thai In Thai , the number 5 is ห้า which is pronounced Ha. So 555 is HAHAHA which is the same sound as laughing . That’s it! So next time you see a bunch of 5s you will know its just people laughing. 555 is the equivalent of LOL, LMAO, or hahahaha.
1. Sawatdee ( khap /ka) – “Hello” If you’ve stepped into Thailand before, you definitely would have heard this phrase before. Countless times! It generally means hello, but also serves as good morning, good afternoon, and goodbye.
So where did using 555 in Thailand come from? The number five in Thailand ห้า sounds like Ha. So, 555 = HaHaHa.