Korean Drama Phrases #14 – 잠깐 나갔다 올게

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Do you enjoy watching Korean dramas? Even though watching TV dramas can be too much fun for you to focus on learning something, studying with phrases used frequently in Korean dramas can be very useful and effective. This lesson introduces the phrase 잠깐 나갔다 올게.

 

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  • Oana

    Ahh, awesome! 경화 씨 is so funny not caring about where Hyunwoo’s heading 😀

    But something puzzles me, isn’t 나갔다 the past form of 나가다? And in this phrase is used to express a future action … O_o

    Anyway, 감사합니다 ^_^!

  • Rigo

    I love these videos , you guys are fun to watch
    Have a nice weekend

  • Larry

    I’ve heard this a lot on dramas. I find it interesting that it uses the past tense form in the middle of the sentence. Is this construction possible with other verbs as well? Can I say 내가 먹었다 갈게? I will eat and then go?

  • 여러분 이들은 제비디오들입니다. 봐주시고 친구드에게 말해주세요. 저는 touch korean tour 이기면 한국으로 갈수있습니다. 도와를 주면 진짜 감사합니다.:)))
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h00Lo4_cI6E&feature=relmfu
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr8pIHSEIVY&feature=relmfu
    그리고 이거는 touch korean 왭사이트입니다….
    http://www.youtube.com/user/ibuzzkorea

  • Jose

    Wow, great. These videos are so funny. I would like to watch more outdoor episodes, BUT…. 경화 씨 has to be familiar with the place, it’s because she doesn’t seem to be comfortable in the last two places (e.g. she almost fell to the floor before when she tried to sit down on the swing seat), anyway she does it really really awesome 🙂
    I just used this phrase twice and I like the way you teach it. >o<.
    More outdoor episodes!

  • tiffany

    cant watch the video here in china where youtube is not allowed. T^T

  • Jose

    I hope you will put animations (eg the boom, the drops, etc) in the next episode 🙂 because they make it so funny.

  • Kaylin

    I LOVVEE your episodes 🙂 I have learned so much from you guys! 감사합니다!!! 

  • Katya

    I really miss Kyunghwa-unni! I hope you guys will release one more episode of Korean Drama Phrases…:-( If it becomes difficult for you to find a place for the outdoor setting, then just just make indoors….Please…. don’t take my Friday Morning Korean Drama Phrases …so painful… (I just wake up and download it every Friday in my country…. even before greeting my family…) Please….

  • Margo

    Cool, in spanish you can say it in a similiar way:
    ‘voy y vuelvo’ wich means: (I’m) going and comming back.