Me too in korean language - 10 Remarkable Ways To Say Sorry In Korean Language

I want to stay as friends.

Take lots of them! It also signifies being polite and respectful to the feelings of other people.

Play English Translation: I am sorry.

15 Korean Phrases You Need to Know

It is used in presentation public speech or news broadcasting agency.

In fact, many Korean celebrities are considered 4D by their fans.

Saying sorry in Korean language is one of the that you need to know because it can be used in different situations.

English is different from Korean.

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    Me too. Korean μ €λ„μš” More Meet & Greet Vocabulary in Korean American English Korean Good morning! 쒋은 μ•„μΉ¨μ΄μ—μš” Good afternoon! μ•ˆλ…•ν•˜μ„Έμš” Good evening! 쒋은 저녁 λ˜μ„Έμš” Good night! 잘 μžμš” Fine, thank you. 잘 μ§€λƒˆμ–΄μš”. κ³ λ§ˆμ›Œμš” And you? λ‹Ήμ‹ μ€μš”? Excuse me! μ‹€λ‘€ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€! You're welcome! μ²œλ§Œμ—μš” Nice to meet you! λ§Œλ‚˜μ„œ λ°˜κ°€μ›Œμš” Can you help me? μ €λ₯Ό λ„μ™€μ£Όμ‹€λž˜μš”? How are you? μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ μ§€λƒˆμ–΄μš”? How's the weather?
    By: burakdonertas|||||||||
    Today I would like to share with you a very useful&natural Korean expression. When your Korean lover said I love you to can answer I love you too! .
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    How do you say β€œme too” in korean? Is it λ‚˜λ‘ ? | HiNative sailorshade 16 Oct 2017 English (US) Korean Spanish (Mexico) Closed question Question about Korean How do you say β€œme too” in korean? Is it λ‚˜λ‘ ? See a translation Related questions how do you say β€œis a” in korean? :) how do you say Β«Ρ‡Ρ‘Ρ€Ρ‚Β» in korean? How do you say β€ževen ifβ€œ I’m korean?
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    a. λ‚˜ μΆ€ 잘 λͺ» μΆ°. [na chum jal mot chwo.] = (I’m not good at dancing.) b. λ‚˜λŠ” μ•„λ¬΄κ±°λ‚˜ 먹어도 돼. [na-neun a-mu-geo-na meo-geo-do dwae.] = (I’m fine with eating anything.) c. λ‚œ 잘게. [na-neun a-mu-geo-na meo-geo-do dwae.] = (I’ll sleep now.) d. λˆ„κ°€ λ‚˜λ₯Ό λΆˆλ €λŠ”λ°? [nu-ga na-reul bul-leon-neun-de?] = (I think somebody called me?) e.
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    Show activity on this post. You always attach 도 to a noun, so if you want to use it with a verb, you have to use a noun form of that verb. Also, depending on which word you attach 도 to, you emphasize that the also/too refers to the specific word. For instance, I feel like μ €λŠ” μ˜μ–΄λ₯Ό κ°€λ₯΄μ³μš” and μ €λŠ” μ˜μ–΄λ₯Ό.
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