Decoded Slug: 너무 [neomu] (Too, very)

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너무 [neomu] (Too, very)

너무 [neomu] (Too, very)

Short explanation:

Used to express a high degree or extent; 'too', 'very'.


너무 + Adjective/Verb


이것은 너무 맛있어서 제가 모두 먹어버렸어요, 다른 사람들을 위해 남겨두지 못했습니다.
Igeoseun neomu masisseoseo jega modu meogeobeoryeosseoyo, dareun saramdeureul wihae namgyeoduji moshaessseubnida.
This was so delicious that I ate it all, I couldn't leave any for others.
이 영화는 너무 재미있어서 저는 이미 세 번이나 봤어요, 아직도 다시 보고 싶어요.
I yeonghwaneun neomu jaemiisseoseo jeoneun imi se beon-ina bwass-eoyo, ajikdo dasi bogo sip-eoyo.
This movie is so interesting that I've already watched it three times, and I still want to watch it again.
그녀가 너무 예뻐서 저는 매일 그녀를 볼 수 있으면 좋겠어요, 하지만 그녀는 저를 몰라요.
Geunyeoga neomu yeppeoseo jeoneun maeil geunyeoreul bol su isseumyeon johgess-eoyo, hajiman geunyeoneun jeoleul mollayo.
She is so pretty that I wish I could see her every day, but she doesn't know me.
피자가 너무 맛있어서 저는 매주 먹어요, 하지만 이제부터는 조금 줄여야 될 것 같아요.
Pijaga neomu masisseoseo jeoneun maeju meogeoyo, hajiman ijebuteoneun jogeum julyeoya doel geot gatayo.
The pizza is so delicious that I eat it every week, but I think I should cut down a bit from now on.

Long explanation:

'너무 [neomu]' is an adverb used in Korean to express a strong emphasis on the degree or extent of an action or state, such as 'too much' or 'very' in English. It is used to heighten the intensity or urgency of the verb or adjective it modifies and is often used to convey an excess or extreme condition.

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