Decoded Slug: ~는데다 [neundedda] (Furthermore, and)

Korean Grammar Point
~는데다 [neundedda] (Furthermore, and)

~는데다 [neundedda] (Furthermore, and)

Short explanation:

Used to add an additional information or emphasize the situation; 'furthermore', 'and'.


Adjective/Action verb + 는데다


그 카페는 커피가 맛있는데다 분위기도 참 좋아요.
Geu kapeuneun keopiga masitneundedda bunwigido cham joahyo.
The café serves delicious coffee, and in addition, the atmosphere is also really great.
이 호텔은 위치도 좋은데다 직원들의 서비스도 훌륭해요.
I hoteleun wichido joheunneundedda jigweondeurui seobiseudo hullyunghaeyo.
This hotel has a great location, and furthermore, the service of the staff is excellent.
책을 읽는 것은 지식을 쌓는데다 스트레스 해소에도 도움이 돼요.
Chaegeul ilgneun geoseun jisigeul ssahneundedda seuteureseu haesoeedo doumi dwaeyo.
Reading books not only accumulates knowledge, but it also helps to relieve stress.
그는 학점이 높은데다 학교 활동에도 적극적으로 참가하니 대학생활이 바쁠 것 같아요.
Geuneun hakjeomi nopneundedda hakgyo hwaldongeedo jeokgeukjeogeuro chamgahani daehaksaenghwali bakkul geot gatayo.
He has high grades, and furthermore, he actively participates in school activities, so it seems his university life would be busy.

Long explanation:

'~는데다 [neundedda]' is used to add more information to the previous statement or to emphasize a situation. This grammar point is used when you want to add more reasons, circumstances, or conditions that might strengthen your point. In English, it would resemble 'furthermore', 'and', or 'in addition to'.

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