Level 4 Lesson 26 / -(으)ㄴ + noun (past tense noun group) / -(으)ㄴ + 명사, 한 것

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안녕하세요! In our previous lesson, we looked at how to make future tense noun groups using the verb ending -(으)ㄹ before nouns. In this lesson, we are looking at how to make “past tense” noun groups. Listen in to find out how to use the “-(으)ㄴ + noun” form in natural context!

You can download a free PDF for this lesson here, or if you want to study with our TalkToMeInKorean textbooks, you can get them here.


  • Stevie boy

    1. 적년 한국어를 가르쳐 준 교수님인 것 같아요.
    2. 제가 보고 싶은 책을 잃었어서 지금 아무거나 볼래요.
    3. 가끔 티비에 보는 사람이 좀 무서워요.
    4. 공항에서 만날 친구는 너무 바쁜데 나한테서 영어를 빨리 배우고 싶어.
    5. 미국에서 많이 친구를 사귀고 싶으면 조용하면 안 돼요.

    감사합니다 🙂 정정해 주세요^^ 여러분 화이팅!

  • Matt

    먹은 수프가 어제 맛있었어요. = The soup I ate yesterday was delicious.
    산 옷이 너무 작아요. = The clothes I bought are too small.
    저는 읽기 끝낼 때를 말한 책을 빌릴 수 있어요? = Can I borrow the book you told me about when you are finished reading it?

    감사합니다 for the lesson.

    • lemontumblr

      I’m not sure if the word order needs to be reversed for your first sentence? 어제 먹은 수프가 맛있었어요. sounds more natural to me..

    • Matt

      That is very possible. I think that both are fine though, like in English I could say
      – Yesterday, the soup I ate was delicious.
      – The soup I ate yesterday was delicious.

    • Seokjin Jin

      Yeah, it sounds natural to me, too.

    • Matt

      감사합니다 선생님.

    • Matt

      Lol, I guess I stand corrected. 🙂

  • Sanjeeda Masroor

    1) The drama that I watched yesterday was a korean drama.
    – 어제 본 드라마 한극 드라마예요

    2) What I cooked yesterday was curry.
    – 어제 요리한 칼예요

    3) Who is the person you met yesterday at the park?
    – 어제 공원에서 만난 사람이 누구예요

    I really feel like i’m becoming a pro at korean. TTMIK 정말 감사합니다!!

  • 인녕

    어제 저 쓴 노래가 예뻐요.

    • Seokjin Jin

      Oh, you wrote music? Then, you can say “어제 제가 쓴 노래가 예뻐요”.

  • Dania Freih

    지난 주에 본 책은 진짜 재미있네요.
    제가 말한 영화는 재미있죠?
    어제 간 식당이 좋아요.

  • 제가 보는 책이에요. = It’s a book that I’m reading. Can we also use 제가 보고 있는 책이에요 to come up with the same meaning?

  • 차차씨

    초대한 사람 누구예요? who’s the person that you invited?

  • Angela Capellan

    제가 마난 사람은 내 상충예요. The person that I meet is my oncle