Conjunctions in Korean are used in everyday speech and are easy to remember although some of them may be similar. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.
Here is the vocabulary in this graphic in text form:
그리고 (geu-ri-go) = And/And then
그래서 (geu-rae-seo) = So/So that
그렇지만 (geu-reo-ji-man) = But/However (Used to express disappointment)
그런데 (geu-reon-de) =But/However
그러면 (geu-reo-myeon) = Then/In this case/If it’s so
아니면 (a-ni-myeon) = Or (Used to link sentences)
때문에 (ddae-mun-e) = Because of
만약 (man-yak) = If
그래도 (geu-rae-do) = Even if/However/NonethelessAlso remember that romanization is only a tool. Try not to depend on it too much. Learning the Hangul alphabet is the key to success!
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