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Subjects are important in a language, thus you use the subject particle 이/가 to designate the topic in a sentence. However, 이/가 can do so much more.

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Infographic: Feelings and Emotions in Korean Part 2

[K-EDUCATION] LEARN KOREAN Check out the picture below to learn how to say different types of feelings and emotions in Korean. In korean, "yo" is being used if you're having a conversation to the one that is older than you.



Hi there! I'm Emma. I'm English and i’m 23 and i'm attempting to teach myself korean ~ i am in no...

I& Emma. I& English and i’m 23 and i& attempting to teach myself korean ~ i am in no.