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korean:인싸 [2019/02/11 18:13]
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 This word came from an English word - insider. This word came from an English word - insider.
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 +'​핵인싸(haekinssa)'​ is used to emphasize its meaning. Literally, 핵 means '​nuclear power' and it is often used as prefix in Korean buzzwords.
  
 Group is considered as more important thing than each individual in Korea. So Many Koreans worry about their bad reputation in the community and try to become '​인싸'​ who keep good relation with others. Group is considered as more important thing than each individual in Korea. So Many Koreans worry about their bad reputation in the community and try to become '​인싸'​ who keep good relation with others.
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 인사이더의 준말. 반댓말로는 아싸가 있다. 인사이더의 준말. 반댓말로는 아싸가 있다.
  
-조직내의 규범에 충실하고 무난한 관계를 유지하는 사람. (Korean)+조직내의 규범에 충실하고 무난한 관계를 유지하는 사람. 
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 +의미를 강조하기 위하여 단어의 앞에 핵을 붙여 '​핵인싸'​라는 형태로 사용되기도 한다(Korean)
  
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