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Do you know what these Korean words mean in Bengali?

Dasom Her, a South Korean dancer who grew up in India, decodes the different meanings of the same words in Bengali and Korean

Published 09.12.23, 09:10 AM
Image courtesy: @luna_yogini_official/Instagram

Did you know ‘Da-Ri’, which means ‘beard’ in Bengali is the word for ‘legs’ in Korean? And ‘Mo-Ja’, which is the word for ‘socks’ in Bengali, means a ‘hat’ or ‘cap’ in Korean? After enthralling her followers on Instagram with her fluent Bengali, Dasom Her has now posted a funny video with her friend Sayantani (@lettersfromgem). The duo put up a funny reel, where they took up a word and decoded what it meant in both Korean and Bengali. Some meanings are so contrasting that it is almost funny! Want to know which other words in Korean mean different things in Bengali? Go watch the reel!

— Jaismita Alexander 

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