Goodbye In Korean
Did you say goodbye in Korean when you were there?
As one of the most common.
تمام • ÂˆÃ “… Â • (all): • ÂˆÃ” Â Â greet is used to say hello and goodbye, but the difference is that you have to “…” • (as a question) Emphasis is needed when used to greet. And when saying goodbye, emphasize • • emphasize and abbreviate ... • ÂˆÃ "... Â • Â ÂˆÃ ab" ""? In what literal sense do you agree?
Less common but still widespread (and all Koreans will understand what you mean)
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And if you have something else to say ...
This means turning the phone on and off.
But hanging feels closer. But since it is mandatory, I do not want to suggest that you use it unless you are close to the person on the other side of the tire.
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Even if I have the same root ..., it means almost the same, but it more clearly indicates that I am about to be hanged.
I'm sorry about my English. Anyway, at least I didn't go down without explaining myself first. I did my best.
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Jagim Jagiyo Jiu.
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