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“To touch” in Korean | Korean FAQ

There are several common verbs that mean "to touch" in Korean, and each is used differently. In this video I'll show you how to use the most common ones that you'll need, including 만지다, 손(을) 대다, 건들다 (건드리다), 누르다, and 감동(을) 받다. I'll compare and contrast each of these, and also give you some examples of how you can use them.

3 thoughts on ““To touch” in Korean | Korean FAQ

  • You might be referring to the grammar form ~지 말다, which can be used to say "Don't." This form is definitely taught in my books and videos 🙂

  • Also, I bought your book and couldn’t figure out how to find an answer to the question I just sent

  • Thank you! This was very helpful. I am trying to figure out why there is a 지 after the two expressions that meant don’t touch.


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