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Explanation: I agree with Chung-Ho Chu but, I'd like plus with the above; it has various meaning such as, 어머나(when astonished), 이런(alternative to "Oh"), 야아, 이봐(alternative of hello; hi; say; listen), 잠깐(alternative of "just a minute) etc. There is also many expresions except those depending on their circumstances.
Hazel Shin South Korea Local time: 21:43 Native speaker of: Korean PRO pts in pair: 8