Korean Adverbs

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Korean Adverbs

Learning the Korean Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Korean language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Korean.

Korean adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs. Here are some examples:

English AdverbsKorean Adverbs
adverbs부사 - bu sa
I read a book sometimes저는 가끔 독서를 합니다. - jeo neun ga kkeum dok seo reur hap ni da
I will never smoke담배를 절대로 피우지 않겠습니다 - dam bae reur jeol dae ro pi u ji anh get seup ni da
are you alone?혼자이신가요? - hon ja i sin ga yo ?

Notice the structure of the Adverbs in Korean.

List of Adverbs in Korean

Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and frequency in Korean placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Korean vocabulary.

English AdverbsKorean Adverbs
adverbs of time시간 부사 - si gan bu sa
yesterday어제 - eo je
today오늘 - o neul
tomorrow내일 - nae il
now지금 - ji geum
then그때 - geu ttae
later나중에/후에 - na jung e hu e
tonight오늘밤 - o neul bam
right now바로 지금 - ba ro ji geum
last night지난 밤 - ji nan bam
this morning오늘 아침 - o neur a chim
next week다음 주 - da eum ju
already이미 - i mi
recently최근에 - choe geun e
lately최근에/얼마 전에 - choe geun e eol ma jeon e
soon곧 - got
immediately바로/즉시 - ba ro jeuk si
still아직도 - a jik do
yet아직 - a jik
ago전에 - jeon e
adverbs of place장소 부사 - jang so bu sa
here여기 - yeo gi
there저기/거기 - jeo gi geo gi
over there저기/저쪽에 - jeo gi jeo jjog e
everywhere모든곳/어디나 - mo deun gos eo di na
anywhere어디든/아무데나 - eo di deun a mu de na
nowhere아무데도/어디에도 - a mu de do eo di e do
home집에 - jib e
away떨어져 - tteor eo jyeo
out바깥에 - ba kkat e
adverbs of manner양태 부사 - yang tae bu sa
very매우/아주 - mae u a ju
quite꽤/상당히 - kkwae sang dang hi
pretty어느 정도/꽤 - eo neu jeong do kkwae
really실제로/진짜로 - sil je ro jin jja ro
fast빨리 - ppal li
well잘/제대로 - jar je dae ro
hard열심히 - yeol sim hi
quickly빨리 - ppal li
slowly천천히 - cheon cheon hi
carefully신중하게 - sin jung ha ge
hardly거의 - geo ui
barely간신히/가까스로 - gan sin hi ga kka seu ro
mostly주로/일반적으로 - ju ro il ban jeog eu ro
almost거의 - geo ui
absolutely전적으로/틀림없이 - jeon jeog eu ro teul lim eops i
together함께 - ham kke
alone혼자 - hon ja
adverbs of frequency빈도 부사 - bin do bu sa
always항상/늘 - hang sang neul
frequently자주/흔히 - ja ju heun hi
usually보통/대개 - bo tong dae gae
sometimes가끔/때로는 - ga kkeum ttae ro neun
occasionally가끔 - ga kkeum
seldom좀처럼 - jom cheo reom
rarely드물게 - deu mul ge
never결코/절대 - gyeol ko jeol dae

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