Everyone has gotten upset over something or has been unhappy about a situation. What did you say when you were mad? In this lesson, we present you with some common Korean expressions to use in situations when you’re unhappy, angry, or upset. Enjoy, and thanks for studying with us! 😀
By adding 아/어/여 버리다 to the end of your sentences, you can talk about a completed action and express your feelings about the situation at the same time! But, be careful because this structure can express happiness or sadness. Learn more by diving right into this lesson and, as always, thank you for studying with us!
Hello everyone! Welcome back. Our curriculum for the grammar lessons cover a wide range of difficulty levels, and we have the series “Iyagi” in which you can listen to natural Korean conversations between two people in %100 Korean. But there has been a consistent demand for more advanced level material, so we have prepared this series for you. Since this series is for advanced learners, everything in this series is going to be in Korean.
안녕하세요! TalkToMeInKorean을 통해 한국어를 공부하시는 분들 중에서 이미 한국어를 오래 공부하셔서, 조금 더 어려운 내용을 통해 고급 어휘와 표현을 배우고 싶다는 분들이 많이 계십니다. 그래서 앞으로 이 시리즈를 통해서, 고급 어휘, 한국 속담이나 명언, 그리고 생활 속에서 간판이나 광고에서 볼 수 있는 한국어 표현들을 소개해 드리려고 합니다.