Say in Korean: I have to pee.


Learn how to say I have to pee 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.

SCENARIOPainting is my hobby and I always wanted to make a portrait of my sister. She is really cute, but she never wants to be in any of my work. Tonight, she needed help with her homework and I told her I would only do it if she let me paint her for an hour. She agreed.

유리야 움직이지마.
Yuri, don’t move.

돌아보지마. 가만 있어.
Don't turn around, stay still.

언니 나 진짜 목 아퍼.
My neck really hurts.

그만하면 안될까?
Can't we just stop this?

안 돼. 내가 너 숙제 해준 거 벌써 잊어버렸어?
No. Did you already forget that I helped you with your homework?

자꾸 움직이면
If you keep moving,

처음부터 다시 시작한다.
we will start again.

그대로 있어.
Don’t move.

오줌 마려운데.
I have to pee.

다 돼가.
It's almost finished.

*The phone rings.

전화 왔다!
You got a call.

너 꼼짝 말고 있어. 알았지?
Stay where you are. Understood?