안녕하세요! Welcome back to our lessons! We all know that all of our listeners are working hard to achieve fluency in Korean! Today, we are going to find out how to say “for the sake of” “in order for” or “in order to” in Korean, so that you can say things like “for health”, “for the sake of health”, or “in order to speak Korean well” in Korean.
The expression introduced in this lesson is not very commonly used in spoken Korean, but you will hear it very often in TV shows or songs, so it will be very useful to know it!
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