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Useful Korean phrases

Useful Korean phrases
A collection of useful phrases in Korean. Click on the English phrases to see them in many other languages. Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal Learn to speak Korean confidently and naturally with Rocket Korean Learn Chinese Characters with the Omniglot Chinese app | Language Jobs at Jobseeker.co.uk Hosted by Kualo

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