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인간, 사람 and 인물 What's the difference between 인간, 사람 and 인물, they mean all 'person'...??
Nov 21, 2017 3:39 PM
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인간 = human being (when talking about humans as a category or a person as a human being) 사람 = human, Man (with a capital "M"), a person (or people, in general) 인물 = personhood, personage (considering a person as a product) -- as in the English word "personage" it has a positive connotation, e.g., an important/prominent person, a person with talent, or even a particularly handsome person.
November 21, 2017
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