Catch The Wave (5 April 2013) / 머리를 식히다, 눈에 밟히다


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머리를 식히다

눈에 밟히다

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Catch The Wave (5 April 2013) / 머리를 식히다, 눈에 밟히다
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  • Adri

    Thanks for this useful expression!
    We have a similar one in Hungary, it’s like ‘I air my head’ (“Kiszellőztetem a fejem”)

  • good day, hello, how are you? and fine all this Word have got One word korean (안녕하세요) how we can Difference between it?