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[ENG SUB] 130304 CHINCHIN RADIO: BAP 5/5

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Published on Mar 14, 2013

There are some slang terms used in this part; I tried to explain everything so everyone will get the jokes. The subtitles are quite different from the simple trans I did last time.
TRANSLATION NOTES:
"go out through the back": Jongup meant the Outback Steakhouse restaurant, but he only said it in Korean.
Go-3: You can always hear people say "go-sam" (고삼) to say third year in high school. But the girl used the English number for 3 (쓰리-three) instead of Korean word (삼-sam).
Dae-3: Same as Go-3, but Dae is short for Dae-hak-kyo (대학교), which means college or university.
For some-ta, "ta" is a verb (타다), in this case, it is the base form. Some is from "something", so it means having a "something" with someone.

Translated and subbed by: bapisjjang
Subtitle mistakes are mine. Please do not reupload without permission.
Copyright infringement not intended.

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