....complicated... Both can be used as same meaning on situations like... Done already.. ex) The bus already left. 버스 이미 갔어 (o) =버스 벌써 갔어 (o)
But in situations like.. Doing something sooner(earlier) than expected. 벌써 is exclusively used. ex) 벌써 머리가 벗겨졌네. means Wow he is bald. (even if he is young). 이미 머리가 벗겨졌다. has a little different nuance it means there's no hair left.
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