you kind of roll your R there.
Well you know it spells 'cho' which doesn't make any sense because it's 조
yeah. but even when you say '조'
for English like speaker's ears, you kind of sort of hear it 'ch' in there
/do you?/ right? even though it's '조' the 'J' has like a slight hind of 'ch' and I get that.
I have a friend who spelled his last name. his last name is 방
but he spelled it 'pang'. the only 방 that I've met in the world whose family spelled it 'pang' and so
/I can't imagine all the jokes/ no cuz. we are like 'oh pang!' everyone called 'hey pang. Andrew Pang' we are like 'oh bro I'm sorry your dad chose a wrong letter'
the pang of distress
It was like.. 부산 used to be 'P' so I can kind of understand but there should be a system for the exact spelling of Korean last names
well you know today we're talking about a particular person who's a fitness model and he had a certain condition and it was called cardiomyopathy at age of 26. we're gonna talk about some technical stuff today like pacemakers
yeah. so Let's just quickly talk about what a pacemaker is.
a pacemaker, as far as I know, is something that is inserted next to your heart or into your heart to help regulate the speed with which your heart pumps or beats.
because if you have an irregular heart beat it can lead to heart condition of heart attack
and so pacemaker is put in to help you not have this condition.
and this is actually a very common thing because in America heart disease is a huge issue so of course Korea too as well
but more so in America.
so pacemaker. if you don't know this word, you know it today.