I counted 4 ways to say ‘Me.’ How can you know which to use? Use our infographic below to help you understand.
A student asked “김치 이에요. Shouldn’t it be 김치예요?” She is correct. Here is the rule to remember.
If you’ve went through our ‘Korean Shortcut” video course, you’ll recognize these 4 patterns in the lesson “Top 10 sentence patterns to survive in Korea.” You need to know how to say ‘No’ if you’ve served live octopus, right?
완벽하다 means ‘perfectly/flawlessly.’ Let’s see a sentence example.