Is this King of Masked Singer reference?
I was thinking Phantom of the Opera. Either way, someone who needs some love.
I was thinking… Tuxedo Mask.
Its AH_Brownman of course
Namjoon voice: "Take off the mask, and face yourself"
I was imagining taehyung from fake love, the entire lesson ㅋㅋㅋ
I was also imagining 태 but in Singularity
Why can't it be "Who is behind the mask?" when you say "who", doesn't it already denote a person?
Yes, but the Korean sentence specifically says 사람.
Because it is a whole phrase. The phrase is 가면 뒤에 있는 사람, which literally means 'mask behind existing person' (i.e. Person behind the mask).
It can. It is accepted.
I could be wrong but I think the 있는사람은 is in the sentence to add emphasis on the person.
i already reported that
They always ask "Who is the person behind the mask?" But never "How is the person behind the mask?"
I feel like "Who is behind the mask" should be acceptable
Best question for current situation...XD
A phantom thief
TWICE! BEHIND THE MASK YEAH~ WHO YEAH~
i was looking for this comment!!! XD
Behind the mask yea ooh yea..i wonder if you are smiling
That would be a veil.
Who is person behind the mask is incorrect?
Your missing a "the" between "Who is the person". Duo is pretty strict with articles.
Why is the question formed like this?
Behind the mask - Michael Jackson mp3
Why "Who is the person behind a mask?" marked as error?
A shapeshifter at Poe's masquerade
its JOHN CENA
What would be the difference if we write nuguSeyo instead of nuguEyo
I think 'Seyo' is like in a requesting way? For example, 저의 음식은 먹어봅세요 that is 'try my food' or 'please try my food'... Whereas, eoyo is used for a nutural sentence...
"No one cared who I was until I put on the mask"
I don't know, ask Eric Clapton
BTS ~ FAKE LOVE
BTS- The truth untold