@yejjung this used 오빠 (oppa) which we would leave out in English and just say “Do you want to go watch a movie with me?” But if this is being written in English for Korean students, you might use oppa or brother. “Hey brother, do you want to go to the movie with me” or “Oppa, do you want to go to watch a movie with me?
If this is for others outside of Korea, you might leave off oppa
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