Today, I'm going to explain a Korean phrase in English. The term is 답정너, which is the shortening for '답은 정해서 있어. 너는 대답만 해.' We Koreans often make terms short that way. 답정너 describes a person or a situation where A asks B a question, and the answer to the question is obvious that it's what A wants to hear from B. If I had to give you an example, get this. This is a bit cliche though. A girl asks her boyfriend if she has gained some weight lately. He would know what she wants to hear from him: "No, you don't look that way. You are slim." That is a good example of the situation of 답정너.