Korean sentence structure?

Is Korean sentence structure similar to Japanese? Like for example: as long as the verb is at the end of the sentence, can the words be placed anywhere in the sentence, as long as it doesn't come before the Subject and object? I'm trying to construct the following sentence (so I can get used to long... show more Is Korean sentence structure similar to Japanese? Like for example: as long as the verb is at the end of the sentence, can the words be placed anywhere in the sentence, as long as it doesn't come before the Subject and object?

I'm trying to construct the following sentence (so I can get used to long Korean sentences): I want to eat but I cannot eat because I have to go to the store ,나는 먹고싶지만 가게가에 가야돼 때문에 먹을수없어

Please help
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