Decoded Slug: ~을/ㄹ지라도 [eul/ljirado] (Even if)

Korean Grammar Point
~을/ㄹ지라도 [eul/ljirado] (Even if)

~을/ㄹ지라도 [eul/ljirado] (Even if)

Short explanation:

Used to say 'even if'; 'no matter how/if'; nonetheless.


Verb stem + 을/ㄹ지라도


문제가 어렵지라도 포기하지 않고 계속 풀어볼게요.
Munjega eoryeobjirado pogihaji anhgo gyesok pulleobolgeyo.
Even if the problem is difficult, I won't give up and I'll keep trying to solve it.
비가 오지라도 갈 생각이에요, 제가 중요한 미팅이 있어요.
Biga ojirado gal saenggakieyo, jegA jungyohan mitingi isseoyo.
Even if it's raining, I'm planning to go, as I have an important meeting.
너무 빠르지라도 절대 쫓아가지 않아요, 안전이 우선이에요.
Neomu ppareujirado jeoldae jochagaji anhayo, anjeoni useonieyo.
Even if it's too fast, I will never chase, safety first.
비용이 많이 들지라도 좋은 품질의 제품을 만들고 싶어요.
Biyongi manhi deuljirado joheun pumjilui jepumeul mandeulgo sippeoyo
Even if it costs a lot, I want to make a product of good quality.

Long explanation:

'~을/ㄹ지라도 [eul/ljirado]' is a conditional form used in Korean to express the meaning of 'even if', 'no matter how' or 'nonetheless'. This grammar point is used when the speaker wants to say that 'it wouldn't matter' even if the situation or condition were to occur. It usually indicates that the expected result won't change despite the given condition.

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