Hi, and welcome to the seventeenth and FINAL “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series.
In this video, we see how to say “in front of”, and we also look at another example to help further the idea of 에 and 에서, and the difference between them, that we talked about earlier in the series.
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