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What is LINE?

(In case it’s not popular in your country, I’ll explain, but skip here if you know LINE)

Line is a South Korean-Japanese proprietary application for instant messaging on smartphones and computers. Line users exchange text messages, graphics, video and audio media, and they also enjoy sending “stamps” each other.

What is Uchina guchi?

“Uchina guchi” means “Okinawan dialect”.
“Uchina” means “Okinawa”, and “guchi” in this case means “language/words”.

Ucnina Guchi LINE stamps

And here are the stamps.
I’m going to introduce the meanings of some of them!

Welcome!

“Mensore”

Really?

“Haaya”

I love you!

“Kanasando”

Just kidding!

“Du”

Ouch!

“Aga!”

Give it to me.

“Daa”

Hurry up.

“Heeku, heeku”

These stamps are only for people who understand “Uchina guchi”, but there are many stamps you can enjoy exchanging with everyone.

Free stamps

ONE PIECE stamps

Dragon Ball stamps

Hello Kitty stamps

Let’s enjoy communicating!

Let’s use the stamps and enjoy communicating with your families and friends!
And if you have an Okinawan friend, I’m pretty sure he/she will be happy if you send one of “Uchina guchi” stamps!

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