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This article contains spoilers! You should stop looking now if you don't want to have your experience spoiled, proceed at your own risk. Were you looking for the song? His tracks include Senpai and Roses. Senpai is a video game character. He appears as a young, light-skinned man with a constant blush, happy expression and parted strawberry blonde hair.
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Chan, Kun, Senpai? Japanese Honorifics - Japan Powered
I am often confused about all the — kuns , — chans , and other name attachments in subtitles. These are called honorifics. They are roughly the same as our own Mister, Miss, Madam, and Sir. Although for the Japanese they tell a lot more about the relationships between people. Honorifics are gender neutral, but some are used more for one gender than the other. Kun , for example, is used more for males while chan is for females. Honorifics are generally required when referring to someone, but sometimes they must be dropped altogether.
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Chan, Kun, Senpai? Japanese Honorifics
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