나라는 꿈 - What does it mean? 나라는 꿈 - What does it mean?
Nov 13, 2018 5:16 PM
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나라는 꿈 = 나 + -라는 + 꿈 (dream) => A dream that is me. (It is a poetic way of referring to oneself as a being full of dreams) X-(이)라는, short for X-(이)라고 (말)하는, makes a modifier phrase for a noun/pronoun similar to "which is called X" or "which is X", a way of adding a description (이 is added for smooth pronunciation after a consonant-ending syllable). For example, 김영희라는 사람 (someone named 김영희), 63빌딩이라는 건물 (a building (which is) called 63빌딩), 사랑이라는 것 (what is called love). It could also be a shortening of 나라는 꿈이다 (A country is a dream), although not very likely.
November 13, 2018
I know 나라 means country and I think 꿈 means dream, so maybe a dream country or something like that?
November 13, 2018
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