TTMIK Level 9 Lesson 15 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 기분 (feeling)

In our Advanced Situational Expression series, we introduce various phrases, without explanations, that you can use every day. In this particular lesson, we are looking at phrases you can say when you regret something. Thanks for studying with us!

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You can also learn some useful idiomatic expressions related to 후회. After you do as it says in these two expressions, you will probably be reminded of the word, 후회. Check out this episode of Catch the Wave and learn what 돈을 물 쓰듯 하다 and 가슴에 못을 박다 mean! Catch the Wave video.

TTMIK Level 9 Lesson 15 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 기분 (feeling)
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  • Alexandre

    In the third phrase the word 좋게 means nicely,
    so the -게 ending seems to mean the way something is done
    like 쉽게 easily
    but the -이 ending in 빨리 (quickly) seem to have the same meaning,
    Is there any difference between the two?
    Sometimes other ending like -도록 is also used
    it would be nice if one day a lesson about these ending will be made

  • rigo

    very good lesson

  • Nastaran

    May I ask a favor? By following your lessons from level 1 up to level 9, I will be glad to come to Korea and study English literature for my PHD. Could you give me some useful information? Now I am student of MA in my country. Please tell me about your universities which teach English Literature and about permission of your government to work. Also may anyone migrate to your country?