Hyung is a korean word which means "older brother"

From a younger male to an elder male
"Hyung,do you want to watch a movie with me?"
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Oppa (오빠) and hyung (형) mean 'older brother', noona (누나) and unnie (언니) mean 'older sister'. However, the meaning of these terms expands much further than just your blood related siblings
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Hyung, meaning “pissed off”, is generally used to indicate when someone is angry and upset
That boy is straight up hyung rn
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Hyung is a character from a popular manhua called, ‘Blooming Season.’
“Hyung Sunbae, can you get us some drinks?”
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Hyung is a word used by korean males to adress another male older than them who they are close to.

Hyung literally means "older brother"

The female version of this word is oppa.
"Tomorrow Seungjun hyung and I are meeting up with Jinil hyung."
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Derogatory name for South Korean men who have not served in the military by age 35, loosely translated as 'human garbage.' Chaebong hyung are held in poor regard and frequently forced to take low paying jobs in sanitation and food service. They are widely mocked in the South Korean media and are among the least appealing suitors for a potential wife.
That chaebong hyung could have enlisted like a man but continues with his sexpat lifestye
by chaebong September 19, 2017
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