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Vocabulary : Expressing Emotions

Expressing Emotions

The emotional expressions introduced below are the expressions that Koreans often use to talk about their feelings. Practice learning them and using them in your daily lives.

기분이 좋다 기분이 나쁘다
*반갑다(glad)
*설레다(excited)
*편하다(comfortable)
*행복하다(happy)
*기대되다(looking forward)
*자랑스럽다(proud)
*화나다(angry)
*아쉽다(regretful)
*짜증나다(annoying)
*속상하다(distressed)
*답답하다(feel heavy with worries)
*걱정되다(worried)

Moreover, since it is good to know other examples aside from those presented above, try to share yours through comments.

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