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한국어 or 한국 사람이

can i say 한국어 as a nationality or am i suppose to say like this 한국 사람이

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    한국어 means "Korean," but it refers to the language. A "Korean," referring to a person, is 한국 사람 (한국 사람이 if the Korean person is the subject of the sentence) or 한국인.

    한국어 means Korean (언어) and 한국 사람 to refer nationality or 한국인 as Brian said is correct, too.

    For eg: 외국인 , 중국인,기타 등등

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