(In letter about work)
Thank you for agreeing to meet with me on Friday to discuss ~~... ...(omit).. I look forward to seeing you at the end of the ㅡㅡ
The answer of the blank is 'week' because the end of the week contains friday... That's what answer says. but Doesn't 'the end of the week' mean 'Saturday and Sunday'???
I'm very confused because 'the end of the week' is translated into '주말' in korean and it means usually 'Saturday and Sunday'.
Please let me know what does 'at the end of the week' mean to a extent? thank you in advance!