Sorry if I spelled his name wrong! What do you guys think of him? I think he seems nice. It was funny how he and Jong-nam were exercising together at the park. He seems like a good-natured, cheerful person.
He's cute, for one thing, but that almost goes w/o saying in K-dramas. (There are some obvious exceptions.) I like him! I didn't see last night's episode (5/9), but I'll watch my tape of the rerun tonight. I hope he's in it.
Okay, I might be totally wrong on this, but does In-bum kind of look like Jae-ok? I mean, the teeth, the hairstyle, the smile! They look so alike. He's a pretty sweet guy though. He's the kind of guy Byung-doo would want to marry his daughter off to. He's a self-made man and knows the value of hardwork. I can't understand, however, why he's so happy all the time. Well, I think I mean I can't understand why he's so nice, but I wish he would stop. He's going to get walked all over at the rate he's going.
I thought the same thing when I first saw him, he looks just like Jae-ok. He is so nice and cute. Jae-ok doesn't want him for herself, but for Jongnam. She thinks that he is perfect for Jongnam, a self made man who understands working people, without Nara as a mother.
Ajusshi is Older Man. Ajumma is Older Woman. Agashi is young girl (probably in her 20s). Ajusshi and Ajumma can be used to mean a lot of things. I've heard some people call their uncles as Ajusshis. For DILs, I've heard the Parents-in-law call them Agashi.
Thanks, Bae. No wonder I don't hear the difference, the endings are the same. Is there a status indicator in these words? In Dae Jang Geum it seemed (if I remember right) that a lower-ranked girl called a higher rank agasshi. Does it go both ways?