I was streaming Korean music, and unfortunately, the stream doesn't have a good way to identify songs, singers, nor lyrics.
To answer my question, it might be necessary to hear the song, but in lieu of that, let me describe what I can (I don't have a link nor a title for the song).
A smooth voiced female, happily sang a song (about the speed and familiarity as compared to Don't Worry Be Happy. I was a song that sounded encouraging, and it was filled with imperatives (like suggestions). Each suggestion started with the same phrase.
I should have written down more of the lyrics, but she continually repeated, in each line...
씩씩하게 <...Infinitive Tensed Verb...>
for instance, she definitely sang these words in one of the imperative suggestions:
씩씩하게 목소리 높여
But I can't be certain she didn't sing
식식하게 for two reasons.
- Google Translate indicates that
식식하게means "in style" - that may have fit well in her lyrics
- Her pronunciation had more of an "sh" sound to it, unlike how i've heard
please verify if it's 씩씩하게 and not 식식하게
(if 씩씩하게) please help with the pronunciation question since I heard
씨pronounced with an "sh" sound
please provide examples of
An out of the park answer might include a link to this song's lyrics (but that would probably be like hitting the lottery)