Decoded Slug: ~대로이면 [daeroimyeon] (If it's as ... said)

Korean Grammar Point
~대로이면 [daeroimyeon] (If it's as ... said)

~대로이면 [daeroimyeon] (If it's as ... said)

Short explanation:

Used to imply condition; 'If it's as ... said'.


Verb-plain form + 대로이면


치킨집 사장님이 말한대로이면, 여기서 가장 인기 있는 메뉴는 양념 치킨이에요.
Chikinjip sajangnimi malhandaeroimyeon, yeogiseo gajang ingi issneun menyuneun yangnyeom chikinieyo.
If we're to believe what the chicken shop owner said, their most popular menu item is the sweet chili chicken.
너의 계획대로이면, 오늘 밤에 영화를 볼 수 있을거야.
Neoui gyehoekdaeroimyeon, oneul bame yeonghwareul bol su isseulgeoya.
If it's according to your plan, we'll be able to go see a movie tonight.
민수가 말한대로이면, 이 시험은 아주 어렵다고 해요.
Minsuga malhandaeroimyeon, i siheomeun aju eoryeopdago haeyo.
If it's as Minsu said, this test is supposed to be very hard.
흥민이 모든 것을 솔직하게 말한대로이면, 그는 그런 실수를 다시는 하지 않을 것입니다.
Heungmini modeun geoseul soljikhage malhandaeroimyeon, geuneun geureon silsureul dasineun haji anheul geosibnida.
If everything is as Heungmin honestly said, he will never make such a mistake again.

Long explanation:

'~대로이면 [daeroimyeon]' is a conditional phrase in Korean. It is used to imply that if conditions were as originally stated or as anticipated, a specific course of events or action might occur. The expressed condition is usually based on hearsay or an assumption made by the speaker, not on the speaker's direct observation or knowledge.

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