Say in Korean: to do a nose job


Learn how to say to do a nose job 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 the library to borrow some books for my physics homework. In the middle of the hall was Yuri with a huge pile of books on her table. I sat across her to had a little chat.

사실 전교생 중에 공부하는 건 너밖에 없어.
I think you're the only one who really studies in the whole school.
   
다른 애들은 공부에 관심도 없어.
Others have no interest in studies at all.
   
친구 사귀려고 오는 거지.
They just come here to socialize.
   
새 자동차, 새 가방 옷 자랑만 하잖아.
They flaunt their cars, their bags, and their new clothes.

아라도 진짜 대단하더라.
Ara is just too much.

코 세운 거 봤어?
Did you see her nose job?

*코를 세우다 means to do a nose job

100만 원짜리 들었대.
I heard it’s worth a million won.

100만 원짜리 코라고?
A nose worth a million won?

그게 뭐가 좋아?
What's so good with that?