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‘I’m Sad’ in Korean: How To Say ‘I’m Sad’ in Korean

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How To Say I'm Sad in Korean

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How To Say ‘I’m Sad’ In Korean

This is how you would say I’m Sad in Korean: (나는) 슬퍼요. [(na-neun) seul-peo-yo]

Sample Sentences Using ‘I’m Sad’ In Korean

오늘은 너무 슬퍼요.  [oh-neul-eun neo-moo seul-peo-yo].

I am very sad today.

슬픈 생각을 하면 우울해지는거 같애.   [seul-peun seng-gak-eul ha-myeon woo-ool-hae-ji-neun-geo ga-tte].

When you think about sad things, you become depressed.

Other Related Words to ‘I’m Sad’ in Korean

You just have learned how to say I’m Sad in Korean. A lot of times, Korean people do not have to start the sentence with ‘I’, therefore, mostly you could just say ‘슬퍼요’ and they will understand. 우울해요 [woo-ool-hae-yo] is commonly used to show that you are depressed, as 우울 [woo-ool] means depression in Korean. When you are not in a good mood, you could say 기분이 안좋아요. [ghee-boon-ee an-jo-ah-yo], to say that you are not in a good mood.

Now that you have learned how to say I’m Sad in Korean, let your friends know about what you have learned today!

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