I would like to express "Be careful. < Something > might happen" in Korean.
Is there a sentence ending or any special construct in Korean grammar that implies this?
I am sorry if the question sounds a bit hard to understand, but I'm not really sure if what I want to express has a direct equivalent in English.
For example, let's take the sentence, "Be careful what you wish for, it might come true."
Is there a construct in Korean that succinctly expresses this feeling that something bad might happen?
(sample context in the hope of making the question a bit clearer)
(I am assuming 부수다 can be used to mean "to break a stick", though I'm not sure if I'm using that word correctly here)
A child is playing around with his pencil like a drumstick, I want to tell him (to stop because) "it might break"
Using the answer provided by Gaeguri as a reference, does it sound ok to say "부술라" ?
(or in case 부수다 means break as in glass shattering, just replace the word pencil with a glass cup in the above example )