what is 1k 2k 3k income??

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I here people are talking about 1k 2k 3k income. Actually what is it? USD=US dollar, GBP=British Pound. So k=Korean money? If it is then why Korean money? Whats the reason to use Korean currency to indicate amount of money?? :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author links900
    well 1k or 2k has nothing to do with currency. It simply means 1000 or 2000.Most of the times when someone mention 1k income normally it means 1000 US Dollars.
    I hope it is helpful to you
  • Profile picture of the author kushroller
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    k=korean money? :confused:
    lolololololol!!!
  • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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    that's really a funny question...lol
  • Profile picture of the author fmathd
    LOL!
    Very funny question.
    Korean money is very funny.



    I hope you were just joking if not , then It is in US dollars.
  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    It's good, it shows that the OP isn't addicted to online poker. Otherwise, he would be familiar with the 1K chips.
  • Profile picture of the author rafiseo
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    Now this question is looking lil bit funny to me too...

    Thanks to links900 for answering my question not insulting me like others.. But K stands for what??
    • Profile picture of the author .Fernando
      Originally Posted by rafiseo View Post

      Now this question is looking lil bit funny to me too...

      Thanks to links900 for answering my question not insulting me like others.. But K stands for what??
      K = Kilo

      1000 grams = 1 Kilograms
      1000 "moneys" = 1 "K"
  • Profile picture of the author rafiseo
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    Thanks to all for giving awesome answers... :-)
  • Profile picture of the author WAWarrior
    When $$ is being mentioned., it typically refers to USD.
    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      It could be kilometer (1000 meters) kiloliter(1000 liters) etc. It's just a term that means thousand. 'K' is simply an abrieviation for kilo whether you're talking about weight, distance, volume, or cash.
      Yes, of course kilo means thousand - but when you are saying 1k and using US dollars - you don't say 1 kilo dollars. You say 1 thousand dollars.

      You could say 1 kilo dollars - but people in the US would look at you like "what's his problem".... because we've never changed to the metric system.
  • Profile picture of the author alexacc
    k == 1000. It means KILO
  • Profile picture of the author summerfranken
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  • Profile picture of the author faceblogger
    LOL @ the question
  • Profile picture of the author theseowork
    my be you earn daily 25$ from 3k unique visitors on your website
  • Profile picture of the author y2kam
    we should have more fun threads like this around in this forum
  • Profile picture of the author freeson
    k mean kilo?

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