What is Satoori rap?

What is Satoori rap?

Satoori is the korean word for Dialect. The song has them rapping in their original dialects and claim to be the best. Then Rap Monster comes in with his Standardised Seoul Dialect and wraps things up. The Title. Although most international fans call it Satoori Rap, the korean Title is 팔도강산 (PalDoGangSan).

Does Jin speak Satoori?

JIN & RM come from Gwachun & Ilsan with standard accent like Seoul, so they don’t use satoori.

When did BTS debut?

Bts is kpop boy band from BigHit Entertainment. Bts means Bulletproof Boyscoucts in korean but they have recently changes their english name to Beyond the Scene. They have seven members (3 rappers and 4 vocalists) and debuted on June 12th, 2013. Their fandom name is Army.

What was BTS debut album?

BTS/First album

What does MA mean in Satoori?

“마” [ma] is a common expression used in the Gyeongsang satoori that means “hey!” or “yo!”.

What does Gaga Gaga mean in Busan dialect?

가↑가- 가↑가-가↑ in busan, we use it like that. the meaning is that “because One boy or girl took it away” or ” the boy or girl took it and (blah…)”

What dialect does Jin speak?

Jin Chinese

Native to China
Region most of Shanxi province; central Inner Mongolia; parts of Hebei, Henan, Shaanxi
Native speakers 63.05 million (2012)
Language family Sino-Tibetan Sinitic Jin

What dialect does Jungkook speak?

As all his fans know, Jungkook moved from Busan to Seoul at a young age of fifteen. During the early years of his debut, netizens and fans could hear the distinct Busan dialect. However, Jungkook’s dialect was barely heard as the years passed and Jungkook spent his time in Seoul.

What is Busan Satoori accent?

The Seoul dialect, also known as the Gyeonggi dialect, is the standard Korean that you hear the most often. This article focuses on the Busan dialect, also known as Busan satoori. Busan is the second-largest city in South Korea, and it’s part of the Gyeongsang province.

What does Gaga Gaga mean in Korean?

가가?? go!go!

What does J Hope say in BTS song?

When healthy good-looking new-born boys are born, neighbours will often say “he’ll grow up to have girls cry over him.” This phrase is also self-praising of BTS. J-Hope really sounds like an old farmer in this song in his tone – appropriately so, since he keeps talking about agriculture.

What does Gaga mean in Gyeongsang satoori rap?

“Gaga, gaga?” in Gyeongsang satoori, is a short form for “geuai ga, geuai inga?” in standard Korean, meaning, “Is that kid, the kid you mentioned?” Gyeongsang Province is harsh? Who said that?

Where does the word satoori come from in Korea?

Note: “Satoori” means “dialect” or “accent.” The two widely known satooris in Korea are the Kyeongsang and Jeolla dialects. These two provinces are known to be rivals. Note: There are many hidden meanings and connotations that just can’t be translated simply into English!