Decoded Slug: ~하다 보면 [hada bomyeon] (If one keeps doing)

Korean Grammar Point
~하다 보면 [hada bomyeon] (If one keeps doing)

~하다 보면 [hada bomyeon] (If one keeps doing)

Short explanation:

Used to express that some result or realization comes with time or repeated action.


Verb in dictionary form + 하다 보면


매일 한국어를 공부하다 보면 어느새 한국어를 잘하게 될 거예요.
Maeil hangugeoreul gongbuhada bomyeon eoneusae hangugeoreul jalhage doel geoyeyo.
If you keep studying Korean every day, you will eventually become good at Korean.
계속 연습하다 보면 예술의 흥미와 재능을 찾을 수 있을 거라고 생각합니다.
Gyesok yeonseuphada bomyeon yesurui heungmiwa jaeneungeul chajeul su isseul georago saenggakhamnida.
I think that if you continue to practice, you will be able to find an interest and talent in art.
헬스장에 자주 가다 보면 체력이 향상되고 건강해질 것입니다.
Helseujange jaju gada bomyeon cheryeogi hyangsangdoego geonganghaejil geosibnida.
If you keep going to the gym regularly, your stamina will improve and you will become healthier.
매일 그림을 그리다 보면 어느새 훌륭한 화가가 될 수 있습니다.
Maeil geurimeul geurida bomyeon eoneusae hullyunghan hwagaga doel su issseubnida.
If you keep drawing every day, you can eventually become a great painter.

Long explanation:

'~하다 보면 [hada bomyeon]' is a Korean grammar point used to express that certain realization, understanding, or result comes over time or as a consequence of repeated actions or constant manner. It is equivalent to 'if one keeps doing something' or 'if one continues to do something' in English. It's often used with verbs that indicate learning or repeating actions.

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