Mildly Funny Korean Joke of the Week (part 3)

Why is Korean tissue so BIG?

Because it’s HUGEY!

Explanation for non speakers of Korean (or English).

Hyuji (휴지) is tissue in Korean.

Huge is an English word meaning very large.

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9 Responses to “Mildly Funny Korean Joke of the Week (part 3)”

  1. Chris Lee Says:

    haha crack me up! i know this joke but different story.

    you text your friend “what is the largest toilet paper in Korea?”

    its Hyuji! just like HUGEY!! lol

  2. あれ?ヒュジ? 分からない。

    • The Seoul Searcher Says:

      「ヒュジ」は英語で大きいって言う意味で、韓国語ではティッシュペーパーって意味だよ。だから韓国のティッシュペーパーは大きいの。

  3. I told this joke to my Korean friends and they love it. Thank you for the joke, Seoul Searcher haha

  4. oh, then i gotta try this to my aussie friends as well lol

  5. Hey, your fan is here🙂 I’ve been waiting for this joke~!^^

  6. arleumlady Says:

    you know what?

    Q: Who is the person living in Amazon?

    A: Ama… John??

    ‘Ama’ means ‘maybe’ in Korean.

    I hope you guys can understand what i mean.. X)

    • The Seoul Searcher Says:

      You have to explain that there’s no Z sound in Korean and then it makes sense. Good one!

  7. In Australia, “where” sounds just like “wae”.
    However, “Wae” means “why?” in Korea, so whenever my friend keeps saying “where? where? where?”, it makes me think about “why? why? why?”

    p.s: can’t we correct or delete a comment?

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