Level 8 Lesson 2 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 눈 (eye) – Part 2/2


In this lesson, we will be talking more about the use of the word 눈 (eye) in Korean idioms. If you study with this series, you will learn many idiomatic expressions that are based upon a certain Korean word and used in everyday Korean conversation. In order to fully understand and use the expressions introduced in this series, it is essential that you understand the grammatical structure of the sentence and check out any previous related TTMIK lessons so you can grasp the full meaning of these idioms.

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Level 8 Lesson 2 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 눈 (eye) – Part 2/2
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  • 선생님들 수고 하셨어요

  • 다음 레슨 키워드 뭘까요?? 진짜 궁금해요! 😀
    언제나 이렇게 좋은 레슨 만들어 주셔서 감사합니다!!

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  • anna

    I know one more cant type it in korean

    • anna

      눈 코 뜰 새 없이 바쁘다

  • TTMIK 제8-1과 예문:: 약 나를 더::
    저는 약 음식 눈이 높아요. 
    눈 밖에 나 하나만 명 있어요. 
    사랑해요? 눈빛만 봐도 알 수 있었어요. 
    저는 시각적 학습자 그래서 그냥 약 한두 번 봐 돼와 눈썰미가

    TTMIK 제8-2과 예문:
    그녀는 제가 눈에 넣어도 아프지 않았어요. 
    제 성격은 눈에 띄예요. 
    우리 눈을 마주치 방 건너편부터에요. 
    저는 예쁜 여자에 눈이 멀었어요. 
    바보 같은 사람들에 눈 하나 깜짝하지 않아요. 
    난 눈부시예요.

  • Sanjeeda Masroor

    1) He likes his daughter a lot. She’s the apple of his eyes.
    – 그 사람은 그의 딸을 너무 좋아해서. 그녀가 그의 눈에 넣어도 아프지 않아요

    2) Did you see minah yesterday. She was really standing out in that dress
    – 어제 민앟 씨를 봤어? 그녀는 저 드래스에 눈에 너무 띘어요.

    3) We were going to the library, that’s when our eyes met.
    – 우리가 도서관에 가고있는데, 그때 우리 눈을 만주쳤어요.

    4) I was blinded by the sun.
    – 태양에 눈이 멀렸어요

    5) That man was looking at her without batting an eye.
    – 그 사람은 그 여자를 눈 하나 깜짝하지 않아고 보고 있었어요

    6) Your dress is very radiant/bright.
    – 당신이 드래스가 눈이 부셔요

    If there are any mistakes in my sentences, please correct me.감사합니다!!

  • Mari Vi

    그녀는 눈이 부시게 아름다워요.
    아무거나 가면 아무 남자하고 눈이 마주쳤는데 바로 그녀는 그 남자의 눈에 넣어도 아프지 않아요.
    하지만 그녀는 눈이 높은 줄 알았는데 자만심에 눈이 멀었어요.
    그래서 그녀는 다른 사람 눈 밖에 났어요.