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Ever wondered how to break-up with someone in #Korean? Based on our listeners' answers, here are the 15 Most Common Korean Break-Up Lines:
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Happiness is not something readymade. It comes from your own actions.
행복은 이미 완성된 것이 아니라, 당신의 행동으로부터 오는 것이다.
Haengbogeun imi wanseongdoen geosi anira, dangsinui haengdongeurobuteo oneun geosida.

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Korean Word of the Day - eat (verb) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 먹다 (meoktta) eat (verb) 가족이 아침을 먹는다. Gajogi achimeul meongneunda. The family eats breakfast. 가족이 아침을 먹었다. Gajogi achimeul meogeotta. The family ate breakfast. 가족이 아침을 먹고 있다. Gajogi achimeul meokko itta. The family is eating breakfast. 남자 아이는 핫도그를 먹고 있습니다. Namja aineun hattogeureul meokgo itsseumnida. The boy is eating a ... http://ow.ly/2XOkVq
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 먹다 (meoktta) eat (verb). 가족이 아침을 먹는다. Gajogi achimeul meongneunda. The family eats breakfast. 가족이 아침을 먹었다. Gajogi achimeul meogeotta. The family ate breakfast.
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A unique purse-shaped building, known as Simone Handbag Museum in Seoul, South Korea

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Korean Word of the Day - light (adjective) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 가벼운 (gabyeoun) light (adjective) 가벼운 암은 치료할 수 있어요. Gabyeoun ameun chiryohal ssu isseoyo. A light cancer can be cured. 저는 좋은 오일과 식초 드레싱의 가벼운 맛을 즐깁니다. Jeoneun joeun oilgwa sikcho deuresingui gabyeoun maseul jeulgimnida. I enjoy the light taste of a quality oil and vinegar dressing. 깃털처럼 가벼운 gitteolcheoreom gabyeoun ... http://ow.ly/2XStqy
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 가벼운 (gabyeoun) light (adjective). 가벼운 암은 치료할 수 있어요. Gabyeoun ameun chiryohal ssu isseoyo. A light cancer can be cured. 저는 좋은 오일과 식초 드레싱의 가벼운 맛을 ...
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가족이 아침을 먹는다.
Gajogi achimeul meongneunda.

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Korean Word of the Day - stingray (noun) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 가오리 (gaori) stingray (noun) 가오리가 해저에서 수영을 하고 있습니다. Gaoriga haejeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida. The stingray is swimming on the bottom of the ocean. 가오리들이 산호초 너머에서 수영을 하고 있습니다. Gaorideuri sanhocho neomeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida. The stingrays are swimming over the coral reef. 갈색 가오리 galssaek gaori brown sti... http://ow.ly/2XQPUD
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 가오리 (gaori) stingray (noun). 가오리가 해저에서 수영을 하고 있습니다. Gaoriga haejeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida. The stingray is swimming on the bottom of the ocean.
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