"It is very troublesome, have a headache" means "골치(가) 아프다" in Korean.

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골치(가) 아프다, 골치가 아프다
 
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Pronunciation kol-chi a-pŭ-da
meaning It is very troublesome, have a headache
"It is very troublesome, have a headache" is "골치(가) 아프다"(kol-chi a-pŭ-da) in Korean.
The literal translation is having a headache, but it truly means to say that you are in trouble.
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