Sharon：준비됐으면 가져와요. 아, 저기 왔네요.
이 디자인 맞죠? 입어보세요.
If it’s ready bring it in. Ah, there it is.
This is the right design? Try it on.
Hae-ra：말도 안 돼. 말도 안돼요. 제가 14살에 맞춘 건데.
This makes no sense. I had this made when I was 14.
Sharon：보이는 게 다가 아니고, 내가 아는 게 전부가 아니잖아요. 자~
Not everything is as it seems, and not everything is as I know.
Expression of the Week
입어보세요 (Try it on)
입다 – v. to wear; be dressed; put on; to hang or drape clothes on or around one’s body
입어보다 – v. to try something on (as in clothes)
Polite – 입어보세요
>>[입다] is the verb “to wear” but it can also be used to mean “to suffer or sustain” as in to experience something bad, such as a loss, injury or “to receive or get” as in to be favored with or benefit by something.
e.g. 부상을 입다 à to sustain an injury
은혜를 입다 à to be indebted to ~
>>The expression used in the dialogue [입어보다] is specially used for clothes and means “to try on”.