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나중에 vs. 늦게

 

I think 나중에 is used by itself to mean "later" or "afterwords". But if you want to say "late" or "later" with other time words, you need to use 늦게. 맞아요?

나중에 먹을 게요.

어제 밤 늦게 갔어요.

오늘 저녁 늦게 돌아갈 거예요.

감사합니다!

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    맞아요. :)
    "늦게" always need a specific time to be compared, but "나중에" doesn't.:)


    \^o^/

    exactly!!

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