Saturday, 7 March 2020

In Japanese, mune-kyun 胸キュン, or mune ga kyun to suru 胸がキュンとする, is an expression used when someone falls in love or finds something adorable, cute, moe 萌え, and so on.

Literally, it means for one's "chest," mune 胸, to "tighten," with kyun キュン being a phenomime for that *tightening.*

It's also spelled kyuun キューン, with a long vowel, as if it were an onomatopoeia with a longer sound.

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