What I mean by this is that I know how to read korean but I dont understand what it actually says or what it says in english. I need help
The answer is simple, you need to learn Korean (not only know how to read Korean alphabet/hangeul, but also know how to use Korean grammar and structure).
You also need to enrich your vocabulary. Most of the time, you will most likely be able to know (at least, guess) what Korean people say if you know the meaning of the words they use, even though you have yet to know the grammar.
If you don't have enough time/money to look for a course to learn Korean, you can learn it online. Unlike Chinese, there are plenty of websites that give you lessons about Korean language for free. Don't worry, they provide basic until advanced level of Korean. So, you will be able to learn from the most basic ones to the advanced ones ^___^ One of the most popular websites to learn Korean is Talk To Me in Korean because they provide free pdf to each lesson. If you are not someone who likes learning online, you can print their pdf and start learning Korean.
Plus, please note that it takes quite a great amount of time (well, at least for me) to fully understand a language. You can't expect to be fluent only in days or months of learning. I'm not referring this part to you, but to those who like to complain about not being fluent only after several weeks/months of learning.
Written by someone who's majoring in Korean Language