Level 9 Lesson 21 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 생각 (thought, idea)

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This is an Advanced Idiomatic Expressions lesson related to 생각, “thought” or “idea”. In order to fully understand and use the expressions introduced in this series, it is essential that you understand the grammatical structure of the sentences. When you come across a grammar point that you are unfamiliar with, please go back and review the related TTMIK lessons.

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Idiomatic Expressions Sample Lesson
You can learn some commonly used idiomatic expressions through this video lesson series available at HaruKorean.com. This video lesson is a sample video of the series. In this sample video lesson, you will learn what ‘생각이 없다’ means with teacher Hyunwoo ^^

  • Karena

    21은 그것밖에 제 제일 좋아하는 (아니, 사랑하는) 웹툰 나오는 캐릭터 이름입니다. 들을 때마다 그가 생각이 나요.

  • Mona Zain

    Hello teachers.. I have a question about concerning the expression 생각이 없다.. I want to know if this must be used only about food and eating like to say 오늘은 밥 많이 먹었어서 저녁 생각이 없어요.. Or I can use it when talking about other situations like saying 제가 너무 피곤해서 밖에 가기 생각이 없어 or just say 제가 공부하기 생각이 없어. (?!)
    Please ansewer my question.
    Thank you very much TTMIK.