#Drama Lines l 2020-07-13
이규호：시은아, 니 쌤하고 둘이 무대 한번 안 해볼래?
Kyu-ho: Si-eun. Do you want to try preparing a stage with me?
김시은：쌤이랑 내가? 징그럽다.
Si-eun: You and me? Gross.
이규호：뭐라도 한 줄 더 넣는 게 낫지 않겠나.
Kyu-ho: Wouldn’t it be better to add another line to your application?
김시은：쌤, 다 알고 있었어요?
Si-eun: You already knew everything?
이규호：내는 쌤이랑 단독무대도 섰다꼬. 더 그럴싸하그러.
Kyu-ho: You could write you had a solo stage with the teacher. Wouldn’t that sound better?
김시은： 응, 할래요. 내 할래.
Si-eun: Yes. I want to do it. I’ll do it.
Expression of the Week
할래요 (I want to do it)
하다 – v. do, perform
-ㄹ래요 – indicates speaker’s intention to do something in the future
Casual – 여기
Semi-polite/polite – 역시
>>[-ㄹ래요] is a form of informal addressee-raising. The expression is used to indicate the speaker’s intention to do something in the future, or to ask for the listening’s thoughts about that.
>>In the dialogue, Si-eun is expressing her intention to do what her teacher, Kyu-ho, has just suggested to her. So, she adds [-ㄹ래요] with the verb [하다] which means “to do” and is telling him that she wants to do it.
>>Another way to say “Yes, I want to do it” is “네, 하고 싶어요.”