Using words like “despite,” “although,” and “in spite of” add quality to your English sentences in addition to expressing the idea of contrast. The same is true in Korean and by learning to use the expression 불구하고 in formal situations with this lesson, you can enhance the quality of your Korean speech in no time!
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