Hello ^^ I always see 제발 as please but it's in extreme cases and not casual use isn't it ? Isn't there another more casual way to say please ?
Hi ^^ yes 제발 is used in desperate situations normally. There are a few more casual ways to say please (but sometimes the word ‘please’ isn’t needed in Korean because the sentence can be made formal/polite in other ways). If you’re asking for something, you would add 주세요 after what you are asking for, for example: 딸기우유 주세요 - Please give me strawberry milk
(주다 means ‘to give’ so adding (으) 세요 adds the meaning of ‘please’ you can add it to other verbs also to mean ‘please’: 가세요 - Please go)
좀 can also be used to mean ‘please’/sound more polite.