How do you say things in past tense in Korean? It’s very simple for most verbs. For example, many Korean verbs end in 하다. Just change 하/해 into “했”, and conjugate the rest in the same way as you would do in the present tense:

사랑해요 (I love you) => 사랑했어요 (I loved you)

사랑는데 (I love you, but) => 사랑는데 (I loved you, but)

So simple, so regular, compared to some other languages that conjugate according to 1st/2nd/3rd persons, singular/plural, or even gender!

Can you identify past tense verbs in the song lyrics below?

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