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."^.^
In kdramas they always use it talking abouf moral, so I got it right ㅋㅋ
"No, I'm bad" is used all the time in English. Usually after someone says "hey you're good at this!"
Ah i see, to like be humble someone could say this right?
im often called 나쁜 학생 by my teacher ㅋㅋㅋ
Your teacher calls you bad student?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
Morally or in bad condition?
sir how do you learn so many languages
I'm a bad boy i'm a bad bad boyy
So this would be used to say like... using an example, someone could say "are you good at sewing?" "No, I'm bad."??
SO WHAT! LOONA
I'M SO BADDDDD
...is that u billie
Something a tsundere would say lolol
You can put a polite ending in the middle of a sentence? Is this correct?
If i said No i am not bad
아니요, 저는 안 나쁩니다.
I think 나쁘지 않다/않아요/않습니다 would sound much more natural, since you're putting emphasis on the fact that you're not "bad".
k-drama is behind me
duolingo did u just made me say it!!
why did imatitly think of this line from war of harmone by bts XD
yes im a bad boy so i like bad girl~jungkook
And taehyung is "good boi" ㅋㅋㅋㅋ
I'm the bad guy
맞아요. 저는 나쁜 여자.
No you're not, at least I hope so...