Decoded Slug: ~았/었으면 좋겠다 [at/eosseumyeon johgetda] (I hope, wish)

Korean Grammar Point
~았/었으면 좋겠다 [at/eosseumyeon johgetda] (I hope, wish)

~았/었으면 좋겠다 [at/eosseumyeon johgetda] (I hope, wish)

Short explanation:

This grammar point is used to express a desire or a wish for a particular situation to happen.


Verb+았/었으면 좋겠다


내일 날씨가 좋았으면 좋겠다. 바다에 가서 놀고 싶은데 매번 비가 와서 가지 못했어요.
Naeil nalssiga joh-ass-eumyeon johgetda. Bada-e gaseo nolgo sip-eunde maebeon biga waseo gaji moth-geot-eoyo.
I hope the weather is good tomorrow. I want to go to the beach, but every time it rains, I can't go.
맛있는 음식을 잘 만들었으면 좋겠다. 친구들에게 좋은 음식을 만들어주고 싶어요.
Mas-issneun eumsig-eul jal mandeul-eoss-eumyeon johgetda. Chingudeul-ege jo-eun eumsig-eul mandeul-eojugo sip-eoyo.
I wish I could cook delicious food well. I want to cook good food for my friends.
토픽 시험에서 좋은 점수를 받았으면 좋겠다. 공부를 많이 했으니까.
Topig siheom-eseo jo-eun jeomsu leul bad-ass-eumyeon johgetda. Gongbu leul mani haess-eunikka.
I hope I got a good score on the TOPIK exam. Because I studied a lot.
지난 주말에 더 많이 쉬었으면 좋겠다. 지금은 너무 피곤해요.
Jinan jumal-e deo man-i swi-eoss-eumyeon johgetda. Jigeum-eun neomu pigonhaeyo.
I wish I had rested more last weekend. I am so tired now.

Long explanation:

'~았/었으면 좋겠다 [at/eosseumyeon johgetda]' is a Korean grammar point used to express the speaker's hope or wish for a situation that has not yet occurred, similar to 'I hope' or 'I wish' in English. It is also used to express a regret for a past event that did not go as desired. In formation, it uses the past tense of a verb followed by '으면 좋겠다' to indicate the speaker's hope or wish.

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