16 August 2014 by kim
In Korean, the word for and is -hago. It is a particle so it must be attached to a noun.
For example, when you say "burger and chips" in Korean it would be "burger-hago chips". The word hago becomes part of "burger".
The particle hago can also mean with:
Doojin-hago shinae-e kayo
두진이하고 시내에 가요
I am going to town with Doojin.