Decoded Slug: ~해서야 [haeseoya] (In order to)

Korean Grammar Point
~해서야 [haeseoya] (In order to)

~해서야 [haeseoya] (In order to)

Short explanation:

Used to express the necessity or requirement to achieve a purpose or goal; 'in order to', 'so that'.


Verb + 아/어/여 + 서야


학교에 더 잘 적응하기 위해서야 일상적으로 학교 활동에 더 많이 참여해야 해요.
Hakgyo-e deo jal jeogeung-hagi wihaeseoya ilsangjeog-eulo hakgyo hwaldong-e deo manhi chamyeohae야 haeyo.
In order to better adapt to school, you need to participate more in daily school activities.
올리는 무게를 더 높이려면, 나는 더 열심히 운동해서야 해요.
Ollineun mugeleul deo nopihalymyeon, naneun deo yeolsimhi undonghaeseoya haeyo.
In order to lift more weight, I need to exercise harder.
회사 직원들에게 좋은 이미지를 보여주기 위해서야 더 많이 야근해서야 해요.
Hoesa jigweondeul-ege joheun imijileul boyeojugi wihaeseoya deo manhi yageunhaeseoya haeyo.
In order to show a good image to company employees, I have to work late more.
요리를 잘 배우기 위해서야 재료에 대해 더 많이 이해하려면 노력해서야 해요.
Yoli-leul jal baeugi wihaeseoya jaeli-e daehae deo manhi ihaehamyeon noryeokhaeseoya haeyo.
In order to learn to cook well, you have to make an effort to understand more about the ingredients.

Long explanation:

'~해서야 [haeseoya]' is a verb ending in Korean that expresses necessity or a requirement to achieve a specific purpose or goal. It's similar to 'in order to' or 'so that' in English. The statement implies a sense of needing to work or do something in particular to reach a goal or fulfill a condition.

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