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Did I really just do that?! 5 habits we’ve picked up from K-dramas – Post on DramaFever

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Hello everybody!

I will explain my mini hiatus after I come back from my exam today but I just wanted to post up this article before I forget. I have done another guest post on DramaFever after a week-long hiatus (I need to/can get back on track now), and I hope that you can all enjoy!

Laugh like a maniac? Check!

Laugh like a maniac? Check!

There are a few surefire signs that tip off those around you to the fact that your life has ultimately been consumed by both K-dramas and Korean culture. Below are 5 habits that every K-drama addict can relate to, and you have to admit that you have at least one of them, right?

http://www.dramafever.com/news/did-i-really-just-do-that-5-habits-weve-picked-up-from-k-dramas/

Thanks for sticking around guys, and have a lovely day ^^

❤ Yami Hyunnie ^^~

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Author: Hyunnie

Hello~~ ^^ I'm a young blogger opening her first ever blog in order to share to the world reviews on some of the best and worst Asian dramas, movies, music; you name it! I am also currently guest-posting on Dramafever News. Mainly, I post about dramas on that site so if you are interested, check me out there! Please fill free to comment on this site and maybe suggest some stuff for me to talk about ^^ Hope you guys enjoy and see you later!

2 thoughts on “Did I really just do that?! 5 habits we’ve picked up from K-dramas – Post on DramaFever

  1. Just read the post on DramaFever and I get related to 4 on 5..the more common are the bowing to customer – working for a toys retailer – and the korean word here and there, the one I tend to use the most is wae??, Aish!!! and Jinjja?? (excluding the overused oppa, unnie and dongsaeng of course)

    • At least I know now ever since I posted that article up, that I am not alone in the world when it comes to become absolutely K-drama/Korean Pop Culture influenced! Probably 70-80% of my day-to-day vocabulary contains Korean LOL!

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