안녕하세요! Have you ever watched any talent competition shows on TV? It is a kind of program where people show their talents and the winner gets either a lot of prize money or an opportunity to have their own singing album produced. Lately there are many television talent competition shows being created in Korea. Have you ever watched any of them? What are your thoughts? In this Iyagi episode, 석진 and 경은 sat down to talk about it. Enjoy!
In this lesson, we are looking at a very popular verb ending in Korean, -잖아(요) [-ja-na(-yo)]. -잖아(요) is used in various contexts and therefore has various meanings, but you can use -잖아요 most commonly when you want to ask the other person to agree with you or when you are correcting the other person’s remark. Are you ready? Have fun!
Welcome to another episode of TalkToMeInKorean! In this lesson, we are going to look at how to say “instead of” in Korean. The key expression to remember here is “대신에” [dae-si-ne].
There are many expressions in Korean that make a sentence less direct and less straightforward, and therefore a bit “softer”. In this lesson, we are going to introduce one of those expressions : Compared to, Relatively.