how to say in korean Yesterday I was at a concert dedicated to korean holiday 설날.
Feb 9, 2016 1:45 PM
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"Yesterday I was at a concert dedicated to Korean holiday 설날." => 어제는 설날 특별 공연에 갔었어 / 어젠 설날 (기념) 콘서트에 갔더랬어. - ~에 갔었어: was there/ have been there. (~었어 is similar to past perfect or present perfect). - 갔더랬어: ~더랬어 is like "I did, you know", a colloquial form relating an experience (hard to translate). - dedicated to XX: XX 헌정 공연, XX 기념 공연, or juts XX 공연. * 헌정: tribute; XX에 헌정하다: dedicate smth to XX; 허정 공연: tribute concert. * 기념: commemoration; XX를 기념하다: commemorate XX; 기념식: commemoration ceremony. * For 설날 which comes around every year, 헌정 or 기념 seems too formal - "설날 (특별) 공연" is more natural.
February 9, 2016
한국의 휴일인 설날을 즐기기 위해 어제 콘서트에 갔었어요. did you enjoy that concert? :)
February 9, 2016
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