In a previous lesson, we looked at how passive voice works in Korean. In this lesson, we are taking a look at the structure -어 있다. You can use structure with passive voice to say that something has been put into a certain state and stays that way. Come join us as we discuss how to use this structure to make your Korean sound more fluent and natural!
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