Do YOU know this K-Pop Slang Word? K-Pop Slang and Vocabulary (#5)

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Do you know what the K-Pop Slang, “Ajusshi” means? Stay up to date with all the new words and phrases here…

According to hellotohallyu, Ajusshi means “A polite term for a man who is older than you, especially if you do not know them well.”

“Literally means ‘uncle,’ but is used similarly to the term “sir” in English.”

Similarly to Ajumma, calling a middle-aged person an “Ajusshi” can be insulting - like calling them a “grandpa.”

The Ajusshi character is slightly less iconic in Kdramas and more often are the supporting character to the ajumma character (usually their wife)

The most famous K-Drama with an Ajusshi character was the 2019 show, “My Mister (Naui Ajusshi)” starring IU and Lee Sun-kyun.

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