A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions regarding adjectives. Words that modify nouns by giving additional information.
For questions relating to adverbs. Words that modify an adjective, verb, phrase, or sentence.
Question about how to start learning Korean or what to do in the early stages of learning the language.
A clausal conjunction is an essential basic grammar category in any language.
For questions about colloquial use of language - informal conversational language.
Conditional expressions are essential to human communication.
연결어미 (conjunctional / connective suffix) 관련 질문.
For questions relating to Korean as it is used in conversation.
A tag for questions related with 의존명사
For questions about differences between Korean dialects.
Questions about difference in meaning and usage.
Ellipsis, in linguistics, is the omission of a word or words that are superfluous or able to be understood from contextual clues.
Etymology is the history of the origin of words and phrases.
if your question is related with any final consonant, 받침 including 쌍받침 such as ‘ㄲ’, ‘ㅆ’ and 겹받침 such as ‘ㄳ’, ‘ㄵ’, ‘ㄺ’, ‘ㄻ’, ‘ㄼ’, ‘ㄾ’, ‘ㅄ’ .
For questions seeking the appropriate form of language in a formal setting.
Regarding changes in language either when addressing different genders or its usage by different genders.
Questions about the rules that govern and structure the language, and the composition of clauses, phrases and sentences. Also pertains to the syntax and morphology of the Korean language.
A greeting is a polite phrase of welcome or recognition upon meeting someone or when beginning a letter.
To be used with questions dealing with the writing or reading of Hangul (한글,) the official writing system of Korea.