Love for shoes in Korean and Japanese..

Hello everyone! 

I just recovered from a very very bad flue, I passed 10 days at home and the very first thing I did today in school was a test T^T Anyway, I am fine today and I fel like writing a blog post^^ 

Last time I did a mini-lesson about common phrases when you are ill(I guess I can call it a lesson!), I surprisingly learn a lot from my situations, for example as soon as the doctor told me what I had I immediatly googled the Japanese for it, it was 風邪+副鼻腔炎(sinusitis)+咽頭炎(pharyngitis) all together, a total hell basicly!

But, to be honest, I am looking foward a full recovery so let’s just talk about something else, shall we??

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아이두 아이두~~~~

 I litterally fell in love with this drama! I think it’s pretty different from the other dramas I’ve seen, maybe it’s because I am still a teenager and I mostly watch school dramas or romantic dramas and stuff and stuff so this was more “adult” to me, the topics and the dialogues were pretty mature to me… But it was so beautiful, the plot and the ACTORS… just amazing!! Go watch it now!!

Another thing that made me go crazy for this drama was the linking thread of everything: SHOES! 

I love shoes, I don’t really care about clothes or bags, I could live dressed like a witch but with high heels on^^` Anyway I thought it could be nice to talk about the vocabulary for our feet ^^

First of all, SHOES

Japanese 靴 くつ

Korean 구두 or 신발, the difference between them? 구두 are shoes with high heels, 신발 are usually footwears like training shoes or flat shoes^^

If you are also studing Chinese 鞋子xiézi

Socks 

Japanese 靴下 くつした This word is really nice becaus the two kanji are the kanji for shoe and under so under the shoe= socks^^

Korean 양말

Chinese 袜子 wàzi

In Japanese when you want to say you wear something in the lower half of your body(shoes and socks included) you would use 履く はく  and in Korean 신다, they are both Transitive Verbs so they need the object marking particle.
靴を履く(usually only written with Hiragana only): to wear shoes
구두를 신다 / 신발을 신다: to wear shoes
and when you want to say you take off or remove your shoes you would use the verb 脱ぐ ぬぐ in Japanese and the verb 벗다 in Korean, both Transitive verbs so the object marking particle is needed.
靴を脱ぐ: to take off one’s shoes

구두를 신다 / 신발을 벗다: to take off one’s shoes

Just a note to conclude, of course I am no professionist, to me learning languages is just pure fun and I love to share here and there some tips and this kind of “”””””””lessons””””””””” but I am not mistake-proof, I ‘ll be more than glad if you tell me if something is wrong, I mean, I am also here to learn from you..

I am sorry for all the boys who will read this post, I guess it was too much girly(?) anyway I hope you will find it interesting!

For girls: do you like shoes? what type? 😀

 

I leave you with these shoes from the drama I do, I do *-* so beutiful~~

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