How can I say these in Korean? (Informal) "Thanks for being for my friend", "I really enjoy the time with you. We laughed, joked, teased and bit each other." Thanks a lot
Jul 23, 2014 7:47 PM
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"Thanks for being for my friend", 너가 내 친구라서 좋았어. "I really enjoy the time with you. We laughed, joked, teased and bit each other." 너랑 있어서 즐거웠어. 웃고, 농당하고, 서로 장난도 치고..
July 25, 2014
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