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pung – eo – ppang
This can be used to suggest that two people look or act the same. It comes from the name of bean paste filled pastries that resemble fish. The pastries are made using a press so they always look the same and are also the same on both sides, which is where this expression comes from.
A: 이 사람은 누구야? (사진 속 남자를 가리키며)
i sarameun nuguya? (sajin sok namjareul garikimyeo)\\
B: 우리 아빠야
A: 우와 너 아빠랑 완전 붕어빵이네!
uwa neo apparang wanjeon bungeoppangine!\\
A: Who’s this person (pointing at a man in the picture)?
B: It’s my dad
A: Wow, you look just like him!
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