아파요 Ah Pa Yo. – It hurts/ It’s painful.
In this episode, we will learn how to say “it hurts” or “it’s painful” in Korean. We say,
아파요 Ah Pa Yo.
To your friends or people younger than you, you just say 아파 Ah Pa.
Let’s say, you have a stomachache, in Korean, you say
배 아파요. Bae Ah Pa Yo.
배 Bae is stomach in Korean.
So, you put the part of your body that hurts in front of 아파요.
Let’s say, you want to say your legs hurt. You say,
다리 아파요. Da Ri Ah Pa Yo.
다리 (Da Ri ) means legs.
Another example can be, you have a headache. You say,
머리 아파요. Maw Ri Ah Pa Yo.
Let’s say you want to say “you have a backache.” You say,
허리 아파요. Hor Ri Ah Pa Yo.
There is a Korean song, called “아파 It hurts” by Korean girl group, 2NE1, and you may want to check it out! This song is a sad song about breakup and how much it hurts.
It hurts or it’s painful. – 아파요 Ah Pa Yo.
I have a stomachache. – 배 아파요 Bae Ah Pa Yo
My legs hurt. – 다리 아파요 Da Ri Ah Pa Yo.
I have a headache. – 머리 아파요. Maw Ri Ah Pa Yo.
I have a backache. - 허리 아파요. Hor Ri Ah Pa Yo.
To say to your friends/people younger than you, 아파 Ah Pa.
Please leave a comment if you have any questions. Happy Studying!