Here is the audio source. My current translation is "You almost got kicked out of the union. You're so resilient". I got some doubt about the "You're so resilient" part. Is it correct?

Thanks in advance for all your help!

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    “정신 좀 차려, . ……한테도 릴 뻔해 놓고, 잘났어, 정말.” ― The best I could make out. Bold parts mean they have nonstandard, but common pronunciations of [쫌] and [짤]. Feb 8, 2019 at 22:50

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Expected context: A lady nags at me. (She's concerned.)

정신 좀 차려. 좀.

  • Snap out of it. Please.

ㅇㅇㅇ한테도 잘릴 뻔해 놓고.

  • You almost got kicked out of ㅇㅇㅇ.

잘났어, 정말.

  • You're awesome. (sarcastic)

  • You're the boss.


1) 정신 좀 차려, 좀. ……한테도 짤릴 뻔해 놓고

@In clip, 좀 sounds like 쫌.

Please, snap out of it. You almost was fired.

2) As far as I know, "resilient" is a positive point.

Here 잘났어, 정말 is "you are something else".

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