Korean Slang Dictionary - 'Ha Eui Shil Jong'

BY Joyce Joohee Lee | Tue. January 15, 2013 | 12:00 AM | I'll Take You There
Stuck in Korea (our FEATURED COUNTRY this year!) with nothing but a couple of "Where's the nearest restroom, please" phrases in your vocabulary? Our Korean Slang Book is here to save your trip.

When someone's ha (or "lower/bottom") half is so skimpily covered that their eui (aka "clothing") appears to be shil jong ("MIA"), this expression comes in handy. Example: "Those tiny shorts are seriously ha eui shil jong-status!" Keep it classy, y'all!

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