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Old 11-25-2009, 11:51 AM
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Weird...I get red X's when I go to that URL.
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never mind the picture

regarding pronouncing dduk.. (and don't laugh) it's close to "thug"
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never mind the picture

regarding pronouncing dduk.. (and don't laugh) it's close to "thug"



thuc
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Thanks! This is great.

It's the everything-I-wanted-to-know-about-K-food-but-never-asked thread...!
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thuc
thuc > thug..
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you guys got no sense of humor
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lol mo?
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mola..
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wait wait..


ㅎㅎㅎ 모?
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:03 PM
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this was the funniest thing i've seen about ktown girls...
OH MAH GAH

<object width="560" height="340"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/aeBj-C2uOms&hl=ko_KR&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/aeBj-C2uOms&hl=ko_KR&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="340"></embed></object>
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Originally Posted by yohan81718 View Post
you guys got no sense of humor
You [email protected]$$!...I would've gotten a weird look as I tried to order that then!

"Can I have some thug?"
"What...?"
"Thug soup."
"Get the f*ck out of my restaurant."
"But, wait! That's what it's callled! Thug!"
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호모

....typing in korean is soo hard...
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Originally Posted by yohan81718 View Post
this was the funniest thing i've seen about ktown girls...
OH MAH GAH

<object width="560" height="340"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/aeBj-C2uOms&hl=ko_KR&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/aeBj-C2uOms&hl=ko_KR&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="340"></embed></object>
lol yeah. AHAHAH "what d o you mean impossible and sh!t"
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Contextually, I obviously can't read the Korean text...but, try not to whore this thread up okay, gents...?

If you guys aren't...then, carry on. Just putting it out there, anyhow.
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I saw Danny Cho live at Kollaboration.. he was pretty racist, but he just too funny. Couldn't resist.
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Another thing: What is it about Korean comic book artists...? I absolutely love the work of Frank Cho, Jim Lee, et al...? They are great!
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his videos on youtube, it's all about racism i thought.. but couldn't stop laughing though


regarding korean text, i say you guys only use it when it's appropriate.. ie introducing some korean food or any other korean stuff to others like yumcha
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:22 PM
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Another thing: What is it about Korean comic book artists...? I absolutely love the work of Frank Cho, Jim Lee, et al...? They are great!
who dat
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Yumchah View Post
You [email protected]$$!...I would've gotten a weird look as I tried to order that then!

"Can I have some thug?"
"What...?"
"Thug soup."
"Get the f*ck out of my restaurant."
"But, wait! That's what it's callled! Thug!"

geez... mission failed
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:33 PM
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SOOOO well made. That's awesome.
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Speaking of which, what do the rest of you "jjangs" eat for Thanksgiving?

Its usually weird for my family. Every family group has to bring one American dish and one korean dish.

So we'll have an entire american style meal: turkey, mash potatoes, stuffing, green bean cassarole, etc on one side of the table....

And then on the other end we have Galbee Jeem, Jahp Chae, Korean Pancakes, etc on the other end.

Needless to say... the day after T-day, I'm usually having really bad BTS (burning ttong-gu-mohng sensation).
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comcast sucks... they told me they will come at 8~9 to install.. (which i really don't need as i'm sufficient for installing various network/computer related stuff myself).. then told me 9:30.. then told me 10:30.... i'm late to work...

do you guys ask for some kind of installation fee waive for situations like this??
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LOL.. bts.. You're one of the few guys I've met that know what that is. All my friends from HS know what it was, but when I moved over here for college, no one knows wtf it was.

Anyways, my parents think chicken is the best substitute because it's apparently "the same" as turkey (for them anyways). So we end up eating chicken, bapp, and the usual side dishes. I don't even know if my mom knows how to cook turkey, but even if she did, she wouldn't have time because she works till like 5-6pm on Thanksgivings.
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Speaking of which, what do the rest of you "jjangs" eat for Thanksgiving?

Its usually weird for my family. Every family group has to bring one American dish and one korean dish.

So we'll have an entire american style meal: turkey, mash potatoes, stuffing, green bean cassarole, etc on one side of the table....

And then on the other end we have Galbee Jeem, Jahp Chae, Korean Pancakes, etc on the other end.

Needless to say... the day after T-day, I'm usually having really bad BTS (burning ttong-gu-mohng sensation).
we usually only do american styles.. like the ones you described + few others like cranberry stuff and buttered corns, etc etc

but this year, i asked my mom, let's not do it since she usually is the one who does the most job and i understand she is getting old.. plus if i tried to cook, we'll have just one terrible thanksgiving meals.. so we are going to stay with simple stuff this year

hopefully next year, which i hope i'm already married by then, we'll be able to cook for her instead
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simple stuff as to... lunch will be kimchi pancakes (yum) and dinner will be sashimi mixed rice??? (회덮밥)
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Originally Posted by BraveDemon View Post
Speaking of which, what do the rest of you "jjangs" eat for Thanksgiving?

Its usually weird for my family. Every family group has to bring one American dish and one korean dish.

So we'll have an entire american style meal: turkey, mash potatoes, stuffing, green bean cassarole, etc on one side of the table....

And then on the other end we have Galbee Jeem, Jahp Chae, Korean Pancakes, etc on the other end.

Needless to say... the day after T-day, I'm usually having really bad BTS (burning ttong-gu-mohng sensation).
i was gonna ask the same thing...
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LOL.. bts.. You're one of the few guys I've met that know what that is. All my friends from HS know what it was, but when I moved over here for college, no one knows wtf it was.

Anyways, my parents think chicken is the best substitute because it's apparently "the same" as turkey (for them anyways). So we end up eating chicken, bapp, and the usual side dishes. I don't even know if my mom knows how to cook turkey, but even if she did, she wouldn't have time because she works till like 5-6pm on Thanksgivings.
sucks having a mom that hates birds. (turkey and chicken and such..)

so our thanksgiving is anything but chicken/turkey.. lol
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So, what's a typical traditional Korean-type breakfast...? Is it congee...?
Koreans don't eat congee!

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What is the semi-spicy soup (more or less clear) that has beef strips, onions, and this orange-colored flower (or is it a stem) in it...?

I often get served it when I head off to a K-restaurant around here.
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i think yummie might have eaten 육계장
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wtf is a ㄸ
Like has been mentioned, it's "thuc", or "dduk".

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Speaking of which, what do the rest of you "jjangs" eat for Thanksgiving?

Its usually weird for my family. Every family group has to bring one American dish and one korean dish.

So we'll have an entire american style meal: turkey, mash potatoes, stuffing, green bean cassarole, etc on one side of the table....

And then on the other end we have Galbee Jeem, Jahp Chae, Korean Pancakes, etc on the other end.

Needless to say... the day after T-day, I'm usually having really bad BTS (burning ttong-gu-mohng sensation).
It's the best of both worlds. Korean AND American.
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My parents don't like cooking turkey, and it's really rare to see turkey on our table. But we do get honey baked ham.

Honey Baked Ham + Rice + Corn + Kimchi = Korean Thanksgiving
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That works!?
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when my parents lived here, we'd invite lots of folks from our church that recently came from korea and have nothing else to do.

so we'd have american style (turkey, stuffing/dressing, etc) and korean stuff (rice, kimchi, other kinds of kimchi, etc).

and for dessert: pumpkin and pecan pies and shik-hae.
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That works!?


It sure does!
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I must post it here: I used to have the biggest crush on Sung Hi Lee...




Actually, I still lust for her.
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Sung Hi Lee, wow she's 39 now haha
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Sung Hi Lee, wow she's 39 now haha
Don't matter...at 39, she is still one of Korea's greatest exports.
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So that's how Korea's economy thrived
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