Episode 6 Back to the mother

선생님 (seon-seng-nim): “큰일 (keu-nil) 났어요 (na-sseo-yo), 아이가 (a-i-ga) 죽었어요 (ju-geo-sseo-yo)!”

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선생님 (teacher): “큰 (big) 일 (thing) (to occur) (past) 어요 (I am now telling you politely, but friendly), 아이 (child) 가 (I am going to tell you about a child) 죽 (to be dead) 었 (past) 어요 (I am now telling you politely, but friendly)!”

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Teacher: “We’re in big trouble, a child is dead!”

Literally, “Big thing occurred, child was dead!”

* 나 + ㅆ = 났

직원 (ji-gwon): “빨리 (ppal-li) 구급차 (gu-geup-cha) 불러 (bul-leo)!”

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직원 (staff): “빨리 (quickly) 구급차 (ambulance) 부르 (to call) (I am now ordering you in a casual way)!”

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Staff: “Call an ambulance immediately!”

* 부르 + 어 = 불러

준호는 (jun-ho-neun) 장갑과 (jang-gap-gwa) 양말을 (yang-ma-reul) 신은 (si-neun) 채 (che), 눈 (nun) 속에 (so-ge) 파묻혀 (pa-mu-cheo) 있었다 (i-sseot-da).

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준호 (Junho) 는 (my topic is Junho) 장갑 (gloves) 과 (and) 양말 (socks) 을 (Junho’s targets are gloves and socks) 신 (to wear socks or shoes) 은 채 (Junho is in a constant state of wearing gloves and socks), 눈 (snow) 속에 (inside) 파묻 (to be buried) 있 (action (being buried) already ended but the result was still ongoing) 었 (past) 다 (I think to myself while writing).

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Junho was buried in the snow, wearing gloves and socks.

Literally, Junho, who is in a state of wearing gloves and socks, was buried inside snow.

* 파묻히 + 어 = 파묻혀

손은 (so-neun) 엄마와 (eo-mma-wa) 준호를 (jun-ho-reul) 이어주던 (i-eo-ju-deon) 탯줄을 (tet-ju-reul) 꼭 (kkok) 붙잡고 (but-jap-go) 있었다 (i-sseot-da).

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손 (hand) 은 (my topic is hand) 엄마 (mom) 와 (and) 준호 (Junho) 를 (umbilical’s targets are mom and Junho) (to connect) 주 (umbilical cord did it for mom and Junho) 던 (had used to) 탯줄 (umbilical cord) 을 (Junho’s target is umbilical cord) 꼭 (tightly) 붙잡 (to hold) 고 있 (~ing) 었 (past) 다 (I think to myself while writing).

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His hand held onto the umbilical cord that connected the mother and Junho.

Literally, Hand was holding tightly umbilical cord that had used to connect mother and Junho.

* 잇 + 어 = 이어

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