Hurry In Korean
Did I tell you to hurry in Korean? ۔
I heard ... then the wrong ball ... how do you say it right?
This will be the "Â¹Â¨Ã" cartoon. You can use it in one sentence or just o.
Example: You tell someone to come and drag their feet. So you say ¨Ã! (Load!)
Example: "" Â ™! Come quickly! / Hurry up and come!
The other is ose Âœ Âœ (eoseo)
Example: Âœ Â •! -! (sukje hae! eoseo!) Do your work! hurry up!
But it only happens when you are talking to a friend or someone close to you as a family.
If someone is older than you or someone you don't know, such as a taxi driver, etc., you will use.
Please "ÂœÃ"'Â˜Ã "Â £ Â¼Ã¬Â" Â¸Ã¬ÂšÂ "(seodulleo juseyo) please hurry up
“ÂœÃ“ «« Â¤ Â¤ Hurry up.
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