Say in Korean: Something came up.


Learn how to say Something came up in Korean. Here's a Korean drama dialogue with texts in both Korean and English. The script of each speaker is highlighted in two different colors and the lines are split up for easy understanding of the sentence structure and grammar.

SCENARIO: I was in a really tough financial situation and I had no choice but to borrow some money. Out of 20 friends I contacted, only Yoona agreed to help. I never saw her for 10 years so I was surprised to see her transformation. She used to be an ugly duckling.

왜? 왜 그렇게 봐?
Why are you looking at me like that?

아니. 너 눈하고 코 턱 수술 잘 됐나 봐.
Oh nothing. I think your eyes, nose, and chin surgery went really well.

고친지 모르겠어.
I can hardly tell that you did some fixing.

돈 좀 썼어.
I spent some money.

너 돈 필요하 댔지?
Didn't you tell me you need money?

어? 어. 빌려 줄 수 있겠어?
What? Yes. Can you lend me some?

너 그렇게 어렵니? 사는 거 힘들어?
Is life really that hard for you?


일이 좀 생겨서.
Something came up.

그러지 말고 차라리 결혼을 해.
Why don't you get married instead?

주위에 돈 좀 있는 남자 없어?
Isn't there any rich guy around you?