"우리 친구는 면세점에서 안내서를 샀어요."
Translation:Our friend bought a guidebook at the duty free shop.
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I forgot about 집, sorry! Yes, 우리 means 'my' (or 'our') when modifying 집 and relatives. You can think of it as the household or family and all the members that are included in that. It just stems from Korean culture being more collectivist and family-oriented; it's the same reason why non-relatives are treated as members of a figurative extended family when they're called 형/오빠, 누나/언니, 아저씨, 아줌마, 할아버지, 할머니, etc.