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Phrase: I can't live because of you?

While I was watching a show I herd one of the characters say something that sounded like "브살아" "beusara" [it was said quietly so it may be pronounced differently]. I read in comments that it was a popular korean phrase that means "I can't live because of you" in either a good or bad way depending on how it is used.

Does anyone know what the phrase actually is?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    It's "못 살아" and this phrase is often used like "너 때문에 내가 정말 못 살아" or "못 살아(정말)" ^^ meaning..."I can't stand it any longer because of you"
    (When somebody pissed you off)

    ^________^

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