Iyagi #124 / 호주 / Australia / Natural talk in 100% Korean

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Have you ever been to Australia? If you have, how did you like it? Or if you haven’t, what’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word “Australia”? In this Iyagi episode, 석진 and 효진 talk about Australia. Enjoy!

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Iyagi #124 / 호주 / Australia / Natural talk in 100% Korean
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  • 니콜

    선생님,저 정말 슬픈했어요. ㅜㅜ. 조금만 알아요. 선생님 나 어떻게 하죠?

  • Trent

    Hi….can you explain the “은 거예요” sentence ending? I cannot find it in my grammar dictionary. I see it a lot in your Iyagi’s. Here is an example:

    그 풍경이 너무 좋은 거예요

    Thanks! Keep up the good work.

    • 태권도_마틴_불가리아

      Hello, I’m not Korean, but I think, I’m able to help you with this. 😀
      It may be mistaken with the verb ending 을/를 것이다 but it has nothing to do with it.

      ‘그 풍경이 너무 좋은 거예요.’ Literally I will tranlate it like that:
      That scenery is a very beatufull thing. – It sounds oddly in English 😀

      더 예제를 보고 싶으면:

  • 쵤리엇

    저는 호주사람이거든요.
    I’m an australian actually.

    그래서 이번 이야기를 보자마자 바로 듣고 싶었습니다 히히~
    so I wanted to watch this episode of Iyagi as soon as a I saw it haha~

    댓글을 남기려고 한 이유는 저도 버스타거나 내릴 때마다 버스기사 아저씨/이모께 인사하기 때문입니다.
    The reason I wanted to leave a comment is because whenever I get on or get off the bus, I thank the driver as well.

    보통 그냥 “땡큐”라고 하면 대답을 안 받을 것 같습니다 (맨 정류장에서 버스기사 아저씨/이모께서도 승객들에게 인사를 해 주셨으면 빨리 피곤하시겠죠!)
    Normally if you just say “thank you”, you probably won’t get a reply (if the driver said thank you to the passengers at every stop too, they’d get tired really fast!)

    그런데 “땡큐 드라이버”라고 하면은 대답을 거의 언제나 받을 겁니다.
    But if you say “thank you, driver”, you’ll almost always get a reply.

    이는 재밌는 점을 알아 챘다~
    Just something interesting I noticed~

    이야기들 감사합니다!
    Thank you for the Iyagis!