"한국말 진짜 많이 늘었네?" Is the sentence final "네" here checking for agreement? Like ね in Japanese?
I understand the meaning of the sentence, but I've never seen a sentence-final 네 yet and want to check on the meaning or feeling it conveys.
Jan 16, 2011 12:10 PM
Answers · 2
The verb ending -네 in Korean is a bit different from Japanese -ね. In Korean, it's more an indication of surprise or discovery when you realize something, so it's similar to -군 but perhaps a bit softer. Korean -지 is more like Japanese -ね.