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Indicates the subject.

Can be used for comparison or emphasis.

오늘은 날씨가 아주 좋네요.

"The weather's so nice today."

(Compared to recent/other days)


Indicates the direct object.

(What is being acted upon)

난 아까 김밥을 먹었어요.

"Earlier I ate kimbap."


Indicates the topic.

(Clarifies the who/which/what)

Used in negative sentences!

커피가 좋은데 난 마시면 머리가 좀 앞아요.

"Coffee is nice/good but if I drink it my head hurts."

저는 미국 사람이 아니라 캐나다 사람이야.

"I'm not American, I'm Canadian."

"Also", "even though"

Can be used for emphasis.

난 대학생이에요. 오빠도 대학생이에죠?

"I'm a college student. You're also a college student, right?"

아직도 안 시작했어?

"You still haven't started?"

매워도, 엄장 맛있네.

"Even though it's really spicy it's really delicious."


Honorific topic.

Can replace 은/는 or 이/가

선생님께서 왔어요.

"The teacher came."

At/to (time or place); per (time)

학교에 가야 되지.

"I have to go to school."

오후 3시에 집으로 돌아갈게.

"I'll return home at 3pm."

이 약을 하루에 2번 먹어요.

"Take this medicine twice a day."


At (where the action happens); from; in

미국에서 왔어요.

"I came from America."

인천 공항에서 만나자.

"Let's meet at Incheon airport."


From (time or place)

이비행기는 부산부터 제주도까지 가고 있어요.

"This plane is going from Busan to Jeju Island."


All the way up to (time or place)

삶이 힘들어도 끝까지 보기 마세요.

"Even though life is hard, don't give up until the end."

머리부터 발끝까지 여뻐.

"You're pretty from head to toe."

니시까지 기다릴게.

"I'll wait until 4pm."

의 (제, 내)

Possession (my, her, his, etc.)

그 학생의 가방은 멋있지.

"That student's bag is awesome."

오바마께서는 미국의 대통령이에요.

"Obama is America's president."










Only (usually replaces 을/를)

어제 공부만 했어요.

"Yesterday all I did was study."

난 아침에 우유만 마셔요.

"In the morning I only drink milk."



저는 지난 주에 친구와 해변으로 갈 겁니다.

"Next week I'm going to the beach with my friend."

엄마랑 셀카를 찍었어.

"I took a selfie with my mom."

김치하고 고추장을 사야 돼.

"I have to buy kimchi and pepper paste."


By means of; in the direction of; asking for a favor

인터넷으로 찾는 중이에요.

"I'm looking on the internet."

산으로 갑시다.

"Let's go to the mountain."

그건 영어로 말해도 돼요?

"May I say that in English?"

창가 자리로 예약해 주실 수 있어요?

"Can you reserve a window seat for me?"



아버지는 언니한테 돈을 줬어.

"Dad gave my sister money."

선생님에다 이야기해요.

"I tell everything to the teacher."



오늘은 내 생일인데 남자친구 한테서 끛다 발을 받았어.

"Today is my birthday and I got a banquet from my boyfriend."

선생님에게서 많이 배웠어요.

"I learned a lot from my teacher."


Gives the impression of "good enough".

Replaces 이/가 or 을/를

떡볶이 없어? 그럼 김밥이나 먹자.

"Theres no ddeokbokki? Then let's just have kimbap."

시간이 있으면 커피나 한잔 할 까요?

"If you have time, shall we get some coffee?"