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- Mar 14th, '06, 23:00
- Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
- Topic: Learning Korean
- Replies: 214
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Here's my two cents worth. "ara": As someone already mentioned, this is the casual way of saying "to know". "aro": I, too, think this is just a misheard or mispronounced version of "ara". "arase-yo": Well, this requires a little bit more explanation....
One caveat regarding the YesAsia product: the video is what I call the "small screen" version, i.e. widescreen adapted for the regular 4:3 TV. In other words, you don't get the full quality potential of a DVD. The uncut (8 discs rather than 7) version, on the other hand, is a true anamorph...
Has anyone seen the uncut version? Unfortunately those DVD's do not come with English subs... And, knuts , what do you mean by the "words at the end" for which you need a translation? Are you referring to the words on the bottom right corner of the final scene after the zoom-out? The softs...