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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.
Confusing location marking particles: 에 vs 에서 The difference between this two location markers can confuse beginners. Most of you are not happy with the explanation from books and forums. Like what we always do here at Slang Korean, we'll give you simple rules to help...