에서,부터,까지 (from, to)

Place + 에서 Time + 부터 place/time + 까지 에서 and 부터 means from, and 까지 means to or until. These particles are attached after a noun, with 에서 being used more with location and 부터 used more with time, and 까지 used as to (for location) and until (for time). Examples 한국에서 미국까지 =… Continue reading 에서,부터,까지 (from, to)

한테(서),에게(서),께 (from, to) a person

Whenever we want to say to/from someone or living thing, we use 한테 or 에게 or 께. Person + 께 1. 께 is the most formal one and used mostly with elders and seniors. It is attached the end of the noun and can mean ‘from’ or ‘to’ depending on context. Person + 에게/에게서 2. 에게 is… Continue reading 한테(서),에게(서),께 (from, to) a person

San Francisco vs Toronto, California life vs Canadian life

Golden Gate Bridge

So it’s been over a year that I’ve been living in California now and I’m really loving it. San Francisco is definitely a nice change of pace from Canada, and I feel the city is much more alive and there’s much more to do and see. Here is a summary of what I think. Things… Continue reading San Francisco vs Toronto, California life vs Canadian life