어이없다 pronunced: duh-ee-up-da (Korean) Literally this adjective translates to “without a why.” In practice, it describes a situation that has no reason, or that is so absurd that it leaves you dumbfounded.
답답하다 pronounced: dap-dap-ha-da (Korean) The feeling that there is no good solution to a problem, or that you can’t quite figure out what to do to remedy a situation.
Desbundar (Portuguese) Shedding one's inhibitions in having fun. To renounce a square life and go live as wished.
恋の予感 / koi no yokan (Japanese) The feeling upon first meeting someone that you will inevitably fall in love with them. The premonition of love.
恨 / Han (Korean) Beautiful sadness. A feeling of unresolved resentment against injustices suffered, a mixture of sorrow and resentment, but with tinges of hope within the sadness and anger.