Saying “or” to link words or sentences is very simple in English, but isn’t as simple in Korean; it all depends on what part of speech you are linking that makes the translation vary. In this lesson, we are taking a look at a few of the various ways to say “or” so we can help you become a more fluent Korean speaker!
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