A term used by Koreans that means "a foreigner." Typically American citizens that are currently living in Korea, working as teachers of the English language to Korean students.
"I get called a waygook at least 6 times on my way to and from work each day."
by Montagazzi June 20, 2018
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Actually “oegug”. The way some ‘dumb’ dudes romanize the korean word “외국”,which means “foreign land or country “.
They misuse it to refer to “foreigner” ,which is actually “외국인” (oegug-in)
Waygook?
-외국인 학생인가요? (oegug-in hagsaeng-ingayo?)
-Are you a foreigner student?
by Okman97 May 26, 2018
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A resident of Korea who is not of Korean blood/descent.

In short, a "non-Korean."

Transliterated from 외국 (Oeguk), it literally translates to "outside-country."
Kevin is from Canada. He's been teaching n Korea for 6 months. He is a waygook.
by lokimonoxide February 28, 2018
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Actually “oegug”. The way some ‘dumb’ dudes romanize the korean word “외국”,which means “foreign land or country “.
They misuse it to refer to “foreigner” ,which is actually “외국인” (oegug-in)
Waygook?
-외국인 학생인가요? (oegug-in hagsaeng-ingayo?)
-Are you a foreigner student?
by Okman97 May 26, 2018
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