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

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

Pronun: weh-ro-woh  With a lot of korean adjectives, the end suffix 워/weo can be replaced with 운/oon e.g. areumdaweo/areumdaun, gwiyeoweo/gwiyeoun etc…(you have probably heard both and each way of saying it in plenty of kpop songs) except i’m not exactly sure how the suffixes differ from each other atm. I WILL however, post an explanation as soon as i fully understand :D

Pronun: weh-ro-woh With a lot of korean adjectives, the end suffix 워/weo can be replaced with 운/oon e. areumdaweo/areumdaun, gwiyeoweo/gwiyeoun etc… Korean words

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

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