Sometimes you forget someone’s name, when you were supposed to meet someone or how to go to some place. In that case, you can ask either yourself or the person you’re talking to and say “What was it again?” or “When were we going to meet?” in English. In this lesson, let us take a look at how to say that in Korean, using the endings -더라?, -았/(이)었/였지? and -았/(이)었/였죠?
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