How to say in Korean: I WANNA or I WANT TO…
This grammatical expression is interchangeable with I would like to (I’d like to…) and I would love to (I’d love to…), but mostly used when you really want to do something.
Look at the following examples:
- I wanna try something new –> 뭔가 새로운 걸 시도해 보고 싶다.
- I really wanna met him today–> 나는오늘 그를 정말 만나고 싶다.
- I want to go CGV–> 나는 CGV에 가고 싶다.
- I would like to buy clothes–> 나는 옷들을 사고 싶다.
As you might know, the expression –>보고 싶다 It is the way to make the verb in infinitive, so from there you are free to change it to any level of Korean speech:
to the most casual speech level of Korean –> 보고 싶어, 만나고 싶어 or to normal polite level of speech–> 보고 싶어요, 만나고 싶어요.
That was not really difficult right ^^)
SOME KEY WORDS:
시도해 보다: to try (v)
만나다: to meet (v)
정말: really (adv)
사다: to buy (v)
Hope you enjoyed!