한국어 Learn Korean | “I am busy” in Korean

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안녕하세요! 한국언니예요.
Hello this is Korean Unnie that makes learning Korean fun and easy.

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So thank you for supporting me.
I am going to start taking lessons from September to actually get a certificate for teaching Korean I am planning to make a separate video on that. So I wanted to let you know that I am trying to be better and better at teaching Korean and I wanted to say that your likes and comments and sharing really helps and also comments on suggestions for my video really helps because everytime I brainstorm what to make a video about and those comments really give me ideas.

So… back to my episode

Thanks aagain to the comment from Luna Lydia saying

“This video was cute (Thank you~~)
How do you say “I’m busy” or “I don’t have time” in Korean ? “

Thanks for giving me another topic Luna

so today we are going to learn how to say “I am busy” in Korean.
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I am busy

나 바빠.

Really simple right?

나 I
바빠 busy

나 바빠 I’m busy.

책읽고 있는데 테디가 방해.
쏘냐야 쏘냐야.
아 방해하지마 ~~ 나 바빠.
Now you can emphasize your ‘business’ in a various ways.

나 진짜 바빠.
I’m really busy.

나 정말 바빠.
I’m really busy.

나 너무 바빠.
I’m so busy.

나 완전 바빠.
I’m completely busy. I am not sure if this is even right in English…I am completely busy…in Korea this 완전 is like a adverb that young people use a lot for emphasizing things…, like
오 완전 예뻐
오 완전 멋져
아 완전 대박~~~

Now you learned how to say “I’m busy” we can say this is in another way. Like “I don’t have time”.

I don’t have time.
나 시간 없어.
나 시간 없어.
나 시간 없어.

This phrase is also really simple.
I love this. It’s easy to teach.
Sometimes some Korean sentences are so hard to explain.

나 I
시간 time
없어 don’t have

나 시간 없어 I have no time. I don’t have time.

You can also emphasize this sentence using 진짜 or 정말.

나 진짜 시간 없어.
I really don’t have time.

나 정말 시간 없어.
I really don’t have time.

The 진짜 and 정말 here means ‘really’ but it has more function of emphasizing.

테디가 계속 방해.

쏘냐 쏘냐
아 왜~~
놀자~~
나 바빠!
아 놀자~~~
아 나 진짜 시간 없어!
치!

In this episode of Korean Unnie, you learned how to say “I am busy” and “I don’t have time”. I hope you found it helpful, please give me some likes and comments, they really motivate me and see you next time in another informative Korean video.

그럼 안녕~~
다음에 봐요!

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