Korean Vocabulary: 도덕 없다

It is not enough to learn Korean grammar and sentence patterns. Without enough vocabulary, we cannot form sentences. It is also important to learn phrases and collocations instead of just words as Korean is rich in vocabulary influenced by culture and entirely different from that of our native language. It can help us sound more natural and sensible when speaking Korean. Here are five of them with sample sentences in Korean and English.

to taste something

한번 맛보면 아주 꿈에도 나옵니다.
Once you try it, you'll dream about it.

도덕 없다
to have no morals

사실 우리가 그동안 보경더러 ‎도덕 없다 도덕 없다 ‎그러지 않았습니까?
We have been saying last time that Bokyung has got no morals, haven't we?

to have a variety of something

이야, 남조선 욕도 다양하구나.
Wow, it seems like there are many swear words in the South too.

to be dumped (relationship)

그러면 인하가 채인 겁니까?
What you mean is, Inha got dumped by her?

to return to one's hometown

용하가 귀국한 지도 얼마 안 됐고.
Yongha has just come back.