What does the ending "-so" mean in korean?

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i understand the word "bogoshippo" and "obseo". but once i heard people saying "bogoshipposo" and "obseoso" so..what does "-so" ...show more
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It's just past tense ;)
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  • amysterzz answered 4 years ago
    when they add 'so' to the end, it basically means "because"
    so "bogoshipposo" would be "because i missed you"
    and "obseoso" would be "because i didn't have it"
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