Depending on (~에 따라서, 나름, 다르다) | Live Class Abridged

따라서? 다르다? 나름이다? 달려 있다? There are so many ways to say "it depends on" in Korean, and it's important to know when to use each one. I did a...

Adverbs (~게, ~히, pure Korean adverbs) | Live Class Abridged

Adverbs come in many forms in Korean. There are adverbs that end with 게, adverbs that end with 히 or 하게, and adverbs that don't end in either (pure Korean...

Have to and Must (~야 되다, ~야 하다, ~야) | Live Class Abridged

The grammar form ~야 is more than just ~야 되다 and ~야 하다. It's also found in ~야지, and even just ~야 used by itself (and I'm not talking about...

The Verb Ending ~버리다 | Live Class Abridged

버리다 means "to throw away," but it can also attach directly to verb stems that are conjugated. When doing this, it adds the meaning of some sort of emotion to...

While (면서, 동안, 다가) | Live Class Abridged

There are three main ways to say "while" in Korean, and this video covers all of them - (으)면서, ~동안(에), and ~다가. While each is different and can only be used...