How to say "want to" in Korean - 싶다 vs. 싶어 하다


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As many of you know, -고 싶다 means "to want to do something" but there is another form that is quite commonly heard, which is -고 싶어 하다. What is the difference? Hyunwoo explains it in this video lesson.

Also check out this video about the difference between 원하다 and -고 싶다 (both mean "to want")

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