#1
anyone know korean? i need a translation for: sulpu dah. i tried lookin up on online translators but they suck. thanks!
#2
if its anything like chinese there could be lots of different translations, because there are very few sounds in the language. context might help.
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#3
Quote by Zugunruhe
if its anything like chinese there could be lots of different translations, because there are very few sounds in the language. context might help.


Koreans not like Chinese at all from what I know. But sorry I can't help.
#4
well..

i got nothin.

my ex, who's korean, left me message and she said 'sulpu dah'.

yea, that's all i got.
#6
Quote by deathbat831
^then obviously it means "ten dorrar suckee suckee"


hahahahh!!!
#7
Quote by gts86
anyone know korean? i need a translation for: sulpu dah. i tried lookin up on online translators but they suck. thanks!



If I'm interpreting it correcting, it means 'I'm sad'.

And of course online translators will not work because the Korean language has completely different characters..
#8
thanks alot.

not really a good thing to hear..

but thanks.