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How to differentiate between not tasting good and no taste in korean.

I often get asked if something tastes good. I want to reply that it has no taste(as in it doesn't taste good or bad, but literally has no taste) but if I say 맛 없어요, which means it doesn't taste good(?) , they just think I'm am saying the taste is bad.

Is there another way to say it so my meaning is understood?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Maybe '맛이 안나요' will be better in that context !

    ^ㅇ^

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