Decoded Slug: ~하고는 [hagoneun] (And then, after)

Korean Grammar Point
~하고는 [hagoneun] (And then, after)

~하고는 [hagoneun] (And then, after)

Short explanation:

Used to connect two or more actions or states in chronological order; 'and then', 'after'.


Verb stem + 고는


저는 매일 아침 일어나서 운동하고는 샤워를 합니다.
Jeoneun maeil achim ileonaseo undonghagoneun syaweoreul hamnida.
Every morning, I wake up, exercise, and then take a shower.
그녀는 책을 읽고는 쓰기를 연습합니다.
Geunyeoneun chaeg-eul ilggo-neun sseugi-reul yeonseubhabnida.
She reads books and then practices writing.
그는 학교에 가서 수업을 듣고는 공부를 합니다.
Geuneun hakgyoe gaseo sueobeul deudgo-neun gongbureul habnida.
He goes to school, attends classes, and then studies.
우리는 비행기를 타고 서울에 도착하고는 휴식을 취했습니다.
Urineun bihaenggireul tago Seoul-e dochakha-goneun hyusigeul chwihaetseumnida.
We took a flight, arrived in Seoul, and then rested.

Long explanation:

'~하고는 [hagoneun]' is a grammar point in Korean that is used to connect two or more actions or states in chronological order. This form indicates that the action or state in the preceding clause happens first before the action or state in the following clause. English equivalents would be 'and then' or 'after'. Usually used to describe sequences of actions or events.

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