FUN vs FUNNY

What is the difference?

The words "fun" and "funny" are both used as adjecives. But usually "fun" is used as an uncountable noun.
Fun as an uncountable noun means an activity or situation is "pleasant, enjoyable, or causing happiness"

Examples:

Let's join in the fun.
"I had a wonderful fun at Disneyland," said Tomo.

Fun as an adjective means something is "enjoyable" or someone is "pleasant to be with."

Examples:

It's a fun trip.
Hana is a fun friend.

"Funny" as an adjective means something or someone "made you smile or laugh." OR something or someone is "strange or surprising."

Examples:

That is a funny story.
Yuki is a funny guy.
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