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GOT7's BamBam relays what word in 'satoori' makes his heart flutter like crazy

By alim17   Wednesday, April 20, 2016   42,448   13,957   16



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GOT7 recently sat down at MBC FM4U's 'Kim Shin Young's Noon Song of Hope' where they heard a listener complain about his/her 'satoori,' or regional dialect.  There are probably different kinds, but you probably heard a lot of that in the 'Reply' series.

When the listener asked if he/she should change the manner of speaking, GOT7 replied, "We wish that you would not correct it.  'Satoori' has its own charm."

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BamBam then added, "I really like 'satoori.'  When someone says to me 'oppa-ya,' I feel like I'm going to die from how much it makes my heart flutter," causing laughter.

Hearing this, Junior added, "I think that Seoul men like hearing women who speak in 'satoori' call them 'oppa-ya.'"  Yeah, wasn't Go Ara adorable doing that throughout the whole 'Reply 1994' series?  Now you know what to say to GOT7 whenever you see them!

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babyblackjack Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Satoori really is attractive to hear.

beaxtops Wednesday, April 20, 2016

even as a non-native speaker, i find that people speak in satoori are very charming. the thicker, the better ;P

JeonJimin Wednesday, April 20, 2016

I don't speak in Satoori unless I speak really fast or I'm incredibly nervous. Now I regret losing mine ;------;

ges111 Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Now you know what to say to GOT7 whenever you see them!yessss. bae will surely love me now!!

BAPtastic Wednesday, April 20, 2016

I think any variation of oppa coming from a cute girl makes men's hearts flutter in Korea.

KngSarang Wednesday, April 20, 2016

I love satoori. I lived in Busan (3 years), Gwang-ju (6 years), Jeon-ju (6 years) and Seoul (1 year). And my grandma is from Jeju. Thanks to living in so many regions, I mastered most of satooris and never understood why my friends tried to lose theirs. Even now, when I call my friends through Skype, I naturally speak in Jeolla satoori. /and when grandma calls I try to imitate her Jeju satoori but I fail lmao I'll get there one day.

bulletproofb2uty KngSarang Wednesday, April 20, 2016

wow that's so cool 👍👍

beaxtops KngSarang Wednesday, April 20, 2016

엄모! you're king of satoori then. that's cool, man :)

ilikeJB Wednesday, April 20, 2016

I watch the movie Twenty and the girl kind of used Satoori and the guy went crazy saying she was too cute. Is this a thing in Seoul?

krimmy ilikeJB Wednesday, April 20, 2016

I don't live in Seoul but I feel like the fascination Seoulites have with satoori is kinda like how people find southern accents charming in America or something like the same effect as that. It's really cool! I love satoori, personally.

ilikeJB krimmy Wednesday, April 20, 2016

As a non-Korean, I can't really differentiate Satoori. LOL.

krimmy ilikeJB Wednesday, April 20, 2016

LOL, I think it's something that you naturally learn over time so don't worry! You will soon acquire the gift of differentiating satoori from standard korean!

jyjpyara ilikeJB Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Lol yea but if you watch sm of the "reply" series, you can pick up on the differences btwn dialects even if you don't understand korean. That's wat happened to me haha

ilikeJB jyjpyara Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The problem is me. I can't even differentiate some of the dialects in my country. LOL.

BTSl0ver ilikeJB Thursday, April 21, 2016

ahah, SAME

NANATHEGHOUL Wednesday, April 20, 2016


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