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|Engex4 =It's so delicious.
|Engex4 =It's so delicious.
|Comment4 =Low form
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|Korex5 =진짜 짜증나군. (진짜 짜증나!)
|Korex5 =진짜 짜증나는군. (진짜 짜증나!)
|Engex5 =It's so annoying.
|Engex5 =It's so annoying.
|Comment5 =Low form  
|Comment5 =Low form  

Revision as of 06:32, 9 April 2010

V + 는군요 / A + 군요


Adjective + 군요 and Verb + 는군요 : Although often taught in most text books, this grammar pattern is not used frequently except in formal situations. It is usually defined in books as an exclamatory ending, however tends to sound awkward. A more commonly used grammar pattern with the same usage is 는구나.


  • 실생활에서 거의 쓰이지 않는 표현이다. "예쁘네! 예쁘네요! 예쁘다!"로 쓰인다.
    Low form 으로 쓸 때는 '혼잣말'이 될 수도 있다.

Conjugation Rule

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Pattern Case Example
Verb + 는군요 Verb 가다 → 가는군요
Adjective + 군요 Adjective 예쁘다 → 예쁘군요
  • A/V + 았/었 + 군요 :Past tense

Sentence Examples

Korean English Notes
아기가 정말 귀엽군요.(아기가 정말 귀엽네요.) Your baby is really cute. Polite informal form
오늘 정말 춥군. (오늘 정말 춥다!) It's so cold today. Low form
노래를 정말 잘하는군요!(노래를 정말 잘하시네요.) You are such a good singer! Polite informal form
진짜 맛있군. (진짜 맛있다!) It's so delicious. Low form
진짜 짜증나는군. (진짜 짜증나!) It's so annoying. Low form
집이 아주 좋군요.(집이 아주 좋네요.) What a nice house! Polite informal form
저 남자 정말 잘생겼군. (저 남자 정말 잘생겼다!) That guy is really handsome. Low form
이상하군요.(이상하네요.) It's weird. Polite informal form
날씨가 참 좋군요.(날씨가 참 좋네요.) Nice weather! Polite informal form
이 영화 정말 지겹군요.(이 영화 정말 지겹네요.) This movie is so boring. Polite informal form

See Also