Level 8 Lesson 19 / even if I would have to, even if that means I have to / -는 한이 있더라도

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안녕하세요! Let’s imagine something for a minute: You’re talking to someone in Korean and they aren’t really understanding how much you need/want/should do something, or how strong your suggestion to them is. By adding -는 한이 있더라도 to your sentence, you are adding the phrase “even if I end up…” or “even if it means I have to…” to your sentence to help emphasize what you’re willing to risk to get what you want. Come study with us and add this important phrase to your Korean grammar arsenal so you can blow everyone away with your awesome Korean skills!

You can view a free PDF for this lesson here, or if you want to study with our TalkToMeInKorean textbooks, you can get them here. And after you learn the basics, try writing your own Korean sentences and get corrections from native speakers through HaruKorean, our 1:1 correction service.
 


  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kim-L-Myungsoo/100003539556877 Kim L Myungsoo

    <3 kyeong eun

    • http://www.facebook.com/kyeongeunfb Kyeong-eun Choi (최경은)

      :D 감사합니다.

  • heelloo

    second xD

    • http://www.facebook.com/kyeongeunfb Kyeong-eun Choi (최경은)

      lol

  • Ngating

    Can we use ‘더라도’ to replace ‘한이있 더라도” or do they have different meaning?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hyunwoo-Sun/100001279741911 Hyunwoo Sun

      You can : ) But -는 한이 있더라도 has a stronger meaning of “even if that could happen and it’s risky”.

  • http://Yahoo Chosen

    hi Kyeong eun, why 박 read Park . 이 read Lee? and 최 read Choi? thank u. while 박 is Bak and 이 is i and 최 is chwe.. thank u

  • Mai

    Why in the first sample sentence is it 할 수는 없어요 not 할 수 없어요? Thank you.

  • http://www.seool.blogfa.com yasi

    hello kyeong_eun choi how are you today?