Me @ every blackpink member
Totally agree. And Jisoo OMG, she's hitting hard in this How you like that comeback.
OMGGGGG I CANT WAIT FOR THAT MV TO COMEOUTT. hosetly lisa's teaser is just uuuuuueeeeeehhhhhhhhhhhh <333 shes so hot
IKR, that lip piercing is the hottest thing ever.
they're sooo precious yg treats them way less than they deserveee <333333 owo
OMG while we were talking about them, they dropped the first teaser of the MV. They all look amazing, I CAN'T WAIT.
I want jisoos solo song too
We some Yeppeujanghan savage!<sub>~</sub>
Ba da ba bam you better run run run
Jisoo:beauty and multitalent queen
Jennie: rap and hot queen
Rosie: vocal queen
Why can't it be Beautiful?
예쁘다 is pretty, 아름다운 is beautiful
I finally understood the lyrics from shinee's view! Thanks very much! I always thought it's 아름 down view... Shame on me lol
different words, pretty has a more sweet connotation as is usually used for referring to girls, children. culturally is weird to call boys and men 예쁘다.
Koreans women use 예쁘다 for men regularly, in my experience.
Unless you are a foriener. I hear it all the time from grandmothers on the street.
Are you talking about me?!
Yea of course I am....
Oh I thought it was for me :o
널 너무 아름다워
눈을 뗄 수가 없어
Can you call a man 예쁩니다 or is that adjective only feminim?
It's used for men as well.
Why can't it be beautiful?
아름다운 I believe means beautiful but I am not 100% sure.
Hi dear BTS ARMY
Can 예쁘다 be used for a man? In english I would rather say handsome for a man
For a man you can say 잘 생기다. It literaly means "well formed" but is translated as handsome.
It's pretty common for women to use 예쁘다 in reference to men.
I entered, The women are pretty. And got it counted wrong. I thought the 는 means it can be plural too.
는 doesn't make it plural. It makes it the topic and therefore a statement about women in general.
The correct translation using plurals is:
Women are pretty.
예뻤어어어어어어!!! 데이식스 :3
what's the difference between"예쁩니다" and "예쁘다"?
"예쁘다" is the dictionary form of it. It means "to be pretty"
"예쁩니다" is it conjugated into a formal/respectful form.
Similarly, "가다" is "to go" and "갑니다" can mean "I/You/We/They go." or "He/She/It goes."
Roy coulda told ya that...
how are you not a moderator with all those levels and that streak...jesus christ