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How do you say this in Korean?

"Hello Mark,
If I don't meet you today, I'd like to wish you a happy March Break."

He is two grades higher than me so which formality do I use?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    Mark 형(선배), 안녕?

    혹시 오늘은 선배를 볼 수가 없으면, 미리 선배에게 3월 방학 잘 보낸다고 할게.

    Mark 형 안녕하세요 .
    오늘 우리 마날수없으면 3월 휴식이 재미있게 하세요다고 말하고싶어요.

    Im sure there is a more native way to say it but it will get your point across.

    Mark 선배, 안녕
    혹시 오늘은 선배를 볼 수가 없으면, 3월 방학 잘 보내길 바래요

    It's more sense.
    Mark 선배(or 형), 안녕!
    오늘 선배를 못 볼수도 있으니까, 미리 3월 방학 잘 보내길 바랄께.
    (because I could not see you today, I say in advance, "I wish you have a happy March break")

    because you want to express your wish, you can express above sentence.

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