"Shame" means "안습" in Korean.

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Pronunciation an-sŭp
meaning Shame
The Ansup (안습), is the abbreviation of "안구에 습기가 차다" (An gu e supgiga cha da), It literally means “eyes are full of moisture”. It is used when there is something poor or unfortunate events happened. Tt is often used in small failures and laughing matter. It is also used to something which is weird
Expression that is similar to the "regrettable".
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