Generalities in English are often introduced using a generic "you" or "one".
- "when one is hungry, everything tastes good"
- "when you are a young teacher, you have a lot of work"
Is there a Korean equivalent for these words? Or are generalities expressed in Korean by formulating them in another way? For instance, the second example could be expressed as 젊은 선생님은 일이 많이 있어요, that is "Young teachers have a lot of work".