rich kid problem lmao
What if you need to get the nice room to impress your K-drama gf so you can work for her dad at the ruthless corporation? What then?
Then, you're a ruthless K-drama bf.
I can't understand how they repeat the same sentence but keep switching between bread and room.
Room is 방 (bang), while bread is 빵 (bbang/ppang).
The room is where you can eat the bread. They are somehow connected.
Bed n breakfast :)
Well that's great because so am I
I said “a room is cheap.” It said I used the wrong word.
Maybe the 이 at the end indicates a particular room, I kind of don't remember previous cases. Anyway, you could flag the answer and it might be inspected.
Is it just me or the voice of the woman talking has changed lol
Hey THAT'S MY HOUSE
This ("쌉니다") sounds Samnida . But there is no m "ㅁ" which means its not samnida . So, can anyone please explain me how to pronounce it .
It really is pronounced as 'samnida'.
Yes, ㅂ before ㄴ makes the ㅂ sound like ㅁ
Well earlier we learned that the thing is small but at least the room is cheap.
could we not say inexpensive as well as cheap?
Should be able to.
I was going tl choose "bread" but it wasnt an option. Lucky me!! :)
Just by listening to the audio, how can you tell if they're referring to 방 or 빵?
I keep getting room and bag mixed up