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~Korean Basics~ If you check out my other pin, the "hae" is a sentence particle meaning "to do", so these are all "to love" and "to like".

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LEARN KOREAN Check out the picture be to learn how to say, "What the heck are you doing?" in Korean.

I gotcha!!

I gotcha!!

내일 시간이 있어요? - How to say 'do you have time tomorrow?' in Korean.

내일 시간이 있어요? - How to say 'do you have time tomorrow?' in Korean.

Guess what? Or you know that?

◆You can still DM me your answers for old quizes and tests. :D ◆ I am busy for school :(( please understand~

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