"저는 한국에 가고 싶어요."
Translation:I want to go to Korea.
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I have to jobs in between school all to save up for a trip there... im at 1,400 now... wish me luck
Same... Having school, working 12 hours/week and learning Korean every day while maintaining a social life....
How is it going now?
I dont know what year you wrote this, but im wondering if you ever went
i kinda do but I honestly have no idea what can you do out there, besides some street food perhaps?
There is plenty to do in Korea. I have stayed there 3 times, and I am ready to go back (post covid). And no I'm not a BTS fan, I just love Korean culture and food. :)
High five! Been there 3 times as well, about a year and a half in total. And I also want to go back again after covid. I haven't done anything related to k-pop in Korea and am still far from bored with the country! :)) Plenty of sightseeing possible, (animal) cafés, shopping malls, but also traditional markets, museums and palaces. And if you're into sports, there's plenty to do and watch :) (I love a hike up some mountain!)
Yes I really want to go to Korea....... Just for BTS.... Love you BTS always....
Hey just curious, could someone explain to me what the 고 is doing in 가고
It is a grammatical construction. -고 싶다 is used to say you want something. 가고 싶다 = to want to go. 하고 싶다 = to want to do. etc.
~고 싶어요: I
~고 싶어해요: a third person
Can't it be I desire to go to Korea? Or is desire a different level of want...