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Tilde is used to make the sentence more friendly. Fyi, check this: http://www.koreanwikiproject.com/wiki/Internet_and_text_messaging


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Restrictive and non-restrictive modification in Korean The Korean language does not have non-restrictive modification Unfortunately, there is practically no non-restrictive modification in Korean grammar, which is disappointing even though I'm a native Korean. Whenever I experience this lack while I'm writing in Korean, it reminds me of Sapir-Whorf ...


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The standard usage is as follows: 가운뎃점(ㆍ) (1) 열거할 어구들을 일정한 기준으로 묶어서 나타낼 때 쓴다. [예] 민수ㆍ영희, 선미ㆍ준호가 서로 짝이 되어 윷놀이를 하였다. [예] 지금의 경상남도ㆍ경상북도, 전라남도ㆍ전라북도, 충청남도ㆍ충청북도 지역을 예부터 삼남이라 일러 왔다. (2) 짝을 이루는 어구들 사이에 쓴다. [예] 한(韓)ㆍ이(伊) 양국 간의 무역량이 늘고 있다. [예] 우리는 그 일의 참ㆍ거짓을 따질 겨를도 없었다. [예] 하천 수질의 조사ㆍ분석 [예] 빨강ㆍ초록ㆍ파랑이 빛의 삼원색이다. 다만, 이때는 가운뎃점을 쓰지 ...


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According to 토픽 II 쓰기 100점 받자 (a TOPIK writing book), it says: 문장의 성분이 같은 것들을 여러 개 나타낼 때 씁니다. (Writing lists in a sentence.) 예) 일본 · 영국 · 필니핀은 모두 섬나라이다. (Japan, England, and the Philippines are all island countries.) 특정한 의미를 가지는 날을 나타내는 숫자에 씁니다. (Writing the numbers for a date with special meaning.) 예) 3·1운동, 8·15광복절 (March 1st Movement, National ...


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https://ko.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EA%B0%80%EC%9A%B4%EB%8E%83%EC%A0%90 The link shows several different usages, although I'd personally divide it into two big segments: To organize a list To notate an important date (normally national holidays) I generally see this punctuation with the second usage, though. The first one, I think, is rather formal and there ...


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The "·" (middle dot) symbol is known as an interpunct. I assume you're asking about what is used for in English and Korean. In English, although seemingly not commonly used, an interpunct can be used in formal (academic) papers for decimal points. I have not seen English speakers use interpuncts. I, as a native English speaker, do recognize that ...


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