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Can you guess what 이불킥 means? 이불 means blanket (or duvet) and 킥 means kick. It’s a fun word that many Korean speakers use these days. Teacher Kyeong-eun will explain it to you in Korean (with Korean & English subs). For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

여러분 "이불킥”이 무슨 뜻일까요? 이 재미있는 표현이 무슨 뜻이고, 어떻게 쓰이는지에 대해서 경은 선생님의 설명을 들어 보세요! 

 

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Direct download: fun-blanketkick.mp4
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