Filipe Oliveira

Pirassununga, Brazil

30 Terms    1 Blossaries    4 Followers    15151 Viewers

Filipe Oliveira

Pirassununga, Brazil

30 Terms    1 Blossaries    4 Followers    15151 Viewers

Filipe Oliveira's Terms

oppa

Culture; General culture

Oppa (오빠) is a Korean honorific. As defined on the Busy Atom website, it is “a gender specific term and used by a girl (or female) to call her elder brother (or brother like ...

dongsaeng

Culture; General culture

Dongsaeng (동생) is a Korean honorific. As defined on the Dramabeans website, “Meaning ‘younger sibling,’ [it] can refer to a true blood sibling, or a close friend whom you treat as ...

fighting

Culture; Popular culture

Fighting (also written as hwaiting sometimes, due to the lack of the [f] sound in Korean) is word used to support someone. The definition of this term is further expanded on the ...

Collected Terms

bias

Relationships; Interpersonal relationships

Since k-pop groups usually consist of many members, it is highly common for fans to become especially attached to one of them, thus selecting him or her as their favorite. Said ...

nugu

Entertainment; Music

Nugu (누구) is a Korean word that means “who”. In the context of K-pop, it refers to groups that aren’t popular enough (if at all), usually due to being managed by smaller, less ...

comeback

Entertainment; Music

This term refers to when a group comes back with a new release after the end of a previous cycle of promotions. Said release can be either a single, a mini album or a full album. ...

aegyo

Culture; Popular culture

As defined on Wikipedia, aegyo (애교) is “a cute display of affection often expressed through a cute/baby voice, facial expressions, and gestures.” The definition found on the blog ...

daebak

Culture; General culture

Daebak (대박) is a Korean exclamation that denotes approval. It is often translated as “awesome”. As stated on The Korea Blog, it might also be used as “a way of greeting, ...