How to say “I need” something in Korean

by Rob Julien // October 15 // 0 Comments

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. In this video we look at how to say “I need” something.

We do so specifically because it uses different markers (or attachments) than what you might think based off of what we have learned so far.

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