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What is the Korean word for "I taste"?

American English

I taste

저는 맛을 봐요

Are you wondering how to say "I taste" in Korean ? "I taste" is the equivalent to 저는 맛을 봐요 in Korean, and I’m pretty sure you’ve heard it many times before already. It’s also good to know, that 앞치마 means "Apron" in Korean, as well as "Barista" is 바리스타.
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Example sentences
American EnglishI taste the sauce to see if it needs more salt.
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