Korean contains many compound verbs consisting of two parts:
뛰놀다, meaning to frolic or gambol, comes from 뛰다 (run, jump) and 놀다 (play).
날아다니다, meaning to fly around, combines 날다 (fly), and 다니다 (to go about).
Some even consist of three parts:
쳐들어가다, meaning to 'invade' or 'break into', is a compound of 치다 (hit, attack); 들다 (enter), and 가다 (go).
속아넘어가다, meaning to be fooled or deceived, comprises 속다 (to be fooled) 넘다 (to pass), and 가다 (go).
Would I be able to combine verbs to make my own compounds, such as
날다 (fly) + 놀다 (play) ⇨ 날아놀다 (to play in flight)?
속다 (to be fooled) + 얻다 (get) + 맞다 (hit) ⇨ 속아얻어맞다 ("to be hit by a deception")?
(I am aware that those might be poor examples - I am more interested in the principle!)