1000 Korean words for everyday use – Basic vocabulary from K-dramas #79

Welcome back. This is the 79th post in the series of 1000 Korean words for everyday use by analyzing the word frequency of more than 1,000 episodes of Korean dramas.

Today, let’s explore the meaning and context of 5 key Korean words “방법, 뛰다, 다치다, 뜻, 피” with sample sentences.
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Basic Korean words : 방법, 뛰다, 다치다, 뜻, 피


391. 방법 [bang-beop] – method, way

– 방법 [bang-beop] means the “method” or “way” we use to solve a problem or do a task.

Example sentences:

더 좋은 방법을 찾아봐야 해요. We must find a better way.


392. 뛰다 [ddwi-da] – to run, to jump

– 뛰다 [ddwi-da] means to “run” or “jump” energetically.

Example sentences:

그림에서 사람이 뛰는 모습을 그렸어요. I drew a picture of a person running.


393. 다치다 [da-chi-da] – to get hurt, to be injured

– 다치다 [da-chi-da] means to be hurt, physically or emotionally. It conveys feelings of pain and injury.

Example sentences:

사고로 다쳤어요. I was injured in the accident.


394. 뜻 [tteut] – meaning, intention

– 뜻 [tteut] refers to the “meaning” or “intention” behind words or actions. It’s a word closely related to language and communication.

Example sentences:

그 표현의 정확한 뜻을 알고 있나요? Do you know the exact meaning of this expression?


395. 피 [pi] – blood

– 피 [pi] means “blood”, which symbolizes our vitality and essence.

Example sentences:

상처에서 피가 나고 있어요. Blood is coming out from the wound.


Grammar & Study Resources

Korean conjugations in Korean grammar determine the meaning, tense, tone and mood of sentences. It’s important to learn conjugation as you progress in learning Korean. You can learn more about Korean conjugation at the following sites

Korean Verb Conjugation: Everything You Need to Know as a Beginner

Korean Conjugation – How to Use Verbs & Adjectives

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