"저는 아침에 밥을 먹어요."
Translation:I eat rice in the morning.
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밥 먹었어? Is used as a way to ask How are you? In Korea. (Because if you have eaten well, you are healthy and fine lol). So it means "Have you eaten?" but it literally translates to "Have you eaten rice?" Because 밥 does mean rice and it's the main staple food in Korea and most parts of Asia and is still considered as a proper meal. So even though they haven't had rice, they still have eaten food so they will reply yes. I hope it wasn't confusing...