Learn a new Korean idiom – “가슴이 찡하다”

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Today we have a short and simple new Korean idiom that you can use: “가슴이 찡하다”

We have 가슴, which means “chest,” and 찡하다 which means “to crack,” but this idiom is related to an emotion. Find out what it means, and how to use it, in the video below!

Korean Phrases Ep. 34: 가슴이 찡하다


Today we have a short and simple new Korean idiom that you can use: “가슴이 찡하다”

We have 가슴, which means “chest,” and 찡하다 which means “to crack,” but this idiom is related to an emotion. Find out what it means, and how to use it, in the video below!

Korean Phrases Ep. 34: 가슴이 찡하다

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-Billy



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