Decoded Slug: ~본 [bon] (Having experienced)

Korean Grammar Point
~본 [bon] (Having experienced)

~본 [bon] (Having experienced)

Short explanation:

Used to express the speaker's experience of an action or a situation.


Action Verb + 본


전 한국어 공부하본 사람으로서 한국어 문법을 가르치는 것이 저의 목표입니다.
Jeon hangugeo gongbuhabon saram-euroseo hangugeo beop-eul gareuchineun geosi jeoui mogpyoibnida.
As someone who has studied Korean, my goal is to teach Korean grammar.
외국에서 살아본 친구가 생각보다 많아서 행복하다.
Oegukeseo sarabon chingu ga saenggakboda manhaseo haengbokhada.
I am happy because I have more friends who have lived abroad than I thought.
코트를 샀는데, 이런 코트는 첨으로 입어본다.
Koteu-reul satsneunde, ireon koteuneun ceom-euro ibeobonda.
I bought a coat, it's the first time I'm wearing such a type of coat.
그리스에 가본 사람이라면 아테네는 꼭 가봐야 할 도시라고 말할 것입니다.
Geuriseue gabon saramiramyeon ateneuneun ggok gabwaya hal dosirago malhal geosibnida.
If you have been to Greece, you would say Athens is a city that you must visit.

Long explanation:

'~본 [bon]' is a grammar point used to describe the experience of the speaker. It creates a sense of having done something or having undergone a particular situation in the past. It is usually attached to action verbs and implies that the speaker has had the experience of performing that action or being in that situation before. It is typically used when expressing personal experiences or anecdotes.

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