Learn Korean Ep. 108: I hope, I wish

Keykat's cooking up a storm! She's been obsessed with baking ever since she discovered Aram's cooking show. But can Keykat actually cook? I mean, she's a bear. She pretty much should only be able to eat food, hunt, and sleep. I really don't know how her cookies will taste.

This episode covers the form (으)면 좋겠다 in Korean, which is the most common way to say that you "wish" or "hope" for something. It can be used with both the present tense and past tense, as well as with both action and descriptive verbs.

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    Joseph Wayne Stringer Reply

    This is great! Keep up the good work Billy!

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