A phrase you'll have to know well for those surprising turns in K-dramas.
I translated as "No, I'm not well." This seems to make the most sense in english, unless you're in a kids cartoon and someone mistook you for a superhero. "No, I'm bad. See? I'm the villan."^.^
"No, I'm bad" is used all the time in English. Usually after someone says "hey you're good at this!"
BECAUSE IM BAD, IM BAD, REALLY REALLY BAD YOU KNOW IM BAD, IM BAD YOU KNOW IT, SHAMONE
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So this would be used to say like... using an example, someone could say "are you good at sewing?" "No, I'm bad."??
It can also be relative to ability or performance, which evidently is the case with Keyara:)
You can put a polite ending in the middle of a sentence? Is this correct?