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what's this mean "Saengil Chukhahaeyo Maknae Seororo"????
Jun 27, 2010 3:19 PM
Answers · 2
Is that an one sentence? Anyway "Saengil Chukhahaeyo" means happy birthday. "Maknae" means a youngest child or sister or brother....... and "Seororo"? If you can show me that word in Korean then I could answer it. But by the pronunciation...I am not quite sure what it means.,.. Anyway hope I did help you :) Good luck for studying Korean!
June 27, 2010
Jenna Park is right. I guess 'Seororo' is someone's name.
June 30, 2010
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