심심하다, 지루하다 both OK! Press J to jump to the feed. (when you don't have … 지루하다 … Right. Hello everyone, In my lessons I’ve learned 지루하다 to mean “to be boring” but I’ve seen a lot of natives use the word 심심하해 (심심하다). Thanks. Which one means "I'm bored" and which one is calling BLANK boring?

안녕하세요! Thank you, answered my question perfectly, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. 興味ある言語のレベルを表しています。レベルを設定すると、他のユーザーがあなたの質問に回答するときの参考にしてくれます。, 相手に通知されません。 質問者のみ、だれが「ちがうかも」したかを知ることができます。, "I'm bored" The reason for the confusion is a lot of sources will simply translate both as "boring". I have been using Hellotalk to study English and Chinese. @rinro: 심심하다.

They are both adjectives and translated as ‘to be bor ed’. 환영합니다! 지루하다 (ji-ru-ha-da), 심심하다 (sim-sim-ha-da) 지루하다 の類義語 when you feel bored with "something", you can say 지루하다. 심심하다 VS 지루하다. A thing or activity can be 지루하다 a person can feel 심심하다. but "Something is boring" -> 재미없다 |for example, The film is boring -> 그 영화는 재미없다/ 재미없어요. one can say when there is nothing to do or no one to hang out. 9 … (ex, 이 영화 너무 지루해, 수업이 너무 지루해), when you feel bored with "something", you can say ji-ru-ha-da. はどう違いますか?. (while you are doing something, you feel boredom) 오늘 할 일이 없어 심심하다. 아는 사람이 없어서 심심해), 先生は何時にレッスンを始めますか。 と 先生は何時に授業を始めますか。 はどう違いますか?. 지루하다 (ji-ru-ha-da), 심심하다 (sim-sim-ha-da) 지루하다 の類義語 수업이 지루하다. but "Something is boring" -> 재미없다. Hello everyone, In my lessons I’ve learned 지루하다 to mean “to be boring” but I’ve seen a lot of natives use the word 심심하해 (심심하다). 지루하다 and 심심하다. However, the precise situation for … (ex, 이 영화 너무 지루해, 수업이 너무 지루해) And you feel bored with " nothing", you can say 심심하다… 質問者のみ、だれが「ちがうかも」したかを知ることができます。, when you feel bored with "something", you can say 지루하다. The film is boring -> 그 영화는 재미없다/ 재미없어요. 先生は何時にレッスンを始めますか。 と 先生は何時に授業を始めますか。 はどう違いますか?, It has been raining.

All levels welcome. Are these both used to mean the same thing or is there a subtle difference to their meaning?

심심하다 (sim-sim-ha-da), 지루하다 (ji-ru-ha-da) 심심하다 の類義語 "I'm bored" 심심하다, 지루하다 both OK! We're here to study and learn the Korean language. ( 할 일이 없어서 심심해. 심심하다 is more about having nothing to do. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. for example, 相手に通知されません。 Are these both used to mean the same thing or is there a subtle difference to their meaning? 심심하다 (sim-sim-ha-da), 지루하다 (ji-ru-ha-da) 심심하다 の類義語 it's same :)|심심하다 means "bored" ex) 나 심심해 I'm bored 지루하다 means "bored" and "boring" ex) 나 지루해 / 이 수업 지루해 This clase is boring|심심하다 … 500만 명 이상의 언어 학습자로 구성된 … one can say when there is nothing to do or no one to hang out. 興味ある言語のレベルを表しています。レベルを設定すると、他のユーザーがあなたの質問に回答するときの参考にしてくれます。. So if you translate to English, 지루하다 is boring and 심심하다 is bored.

And you feel bored with " nothing", you can say 심심하다. |@rinro: 심심하다. 지루하다 when something exists long but not funny at all or boring. (ex, 이 영화 너무 지루해, 수업이 너무 지루해) In addition, 지루하다 has a more negative tone, like something is tedious or uninteresting. italki는 가장 많은 사랑을 받고 있는 온라인 언어 학습의 장으로, 전 세계 학생과 실력 있는 강사가 일대일 온라인 언어 수업을 진행할 수 있도록 연계 서비스를 제공하고 있습니다. Like always, there’s a pair of words which tricks you in Korean. You can also use 심심하다 to describe food that is under seasoned. (ex, i yeong-hwa neo-mu ji-ru-hae, su-eob-i neo-mu ji-ru-hae), when you feel bored with "something", you can say 지루하다. [Tips for Korean learners] 지겹다, 심심하다, 귀찮다, 지루하다, 게으르다 are different. Here’s one : 심 and 지루하다. と It has rained.

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