Korean and German Phrases

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  1. Scene
    1. 장면
      1. 그녀는 그 장면을 안 보려 했다.
      2. She shut her eyes to the scene.
    2. Szene,
      1. Solch eine beeindruckende Szene, die Sie beschreiben
      2. Such a powerful scene you describe.
  2. Fight in a war
    1. 전쟁에서 싸우다
      1. 그는 국경에서 전쟁에서 싸웠다.
      2. He fought in the war on the frontiers.
    2. In einem Krieg kämpfen
      1. Und trotzdem wird es als Ehre betrachtet, in einem Krieg zu kämpfen.
      2. And yet to fight in a war is considered an honor.
  3. ①main character ②leader; hero ③winner; owner / protagonist
    1. 주인공
      1. 저기 좀 봐, 저 사람 새 TV 프로그램 주인공 아냐?
      2. Look, isn’t he the star of that new TV show?
    2. Der Hauptdarsteller
      1. Der Hauptdarsteller kann nicht im ersten Akt sterben
      2. The main character cannot die in the first act.
  4. special ability
    1. 특별한 능력
      1. Ben은 나에게 활력을 넣어주는 특별한 능력을 가졌다
      2. Ben has special ability to galvanize me into life.
    2. Besondere Fähigkeit
      1. Kasten rät seinen Patienten daher, die Halluzinationen auch als besondere Fähigkeit wertzuschätzen.
      2. Kasten therefore advises his patients to appreciate hallucinations as a special ability.
  5. Make small steps
    1. kleine Schritte machen
      1. Wir müssen allerdings kleine Schritte machen.
      2. However, we must take small steps.
    2. 작은 단계부터 밟으세요
      1. 새 계획을 세운 후에는 먼저 작은 단계부터 밟으세요.  
      2. After making new plans, take small steps at first.
  6. Intrigued by the idea  / fascinated by the idea
    1. fasziniert von der Vorstellung, dass
      1. Nochmals, als Ingenieur war ich immer fasziniert von der Vorstellung, dass Maschinen sich selbst kopieren.
      2. Again, as an engineer, I have always been intrigued by the idea of machines copying themselves.
    2. 에 흥미를 가지게 된다
      1. 글렌데이는 어린 아이였을 때부터 기네스 세계기록에 흥미를 가졌다.
      2. Glenday has been intrigued by the Guinness World Records since he was a small child.
  7. I am used to
    1. Ich bin es gewohnt… zu
    2. Ich bin daran gewohnt
      1. Ich bin es gewohnt, einen Lastwagen zu fahren.
      2. I am used to driving a truck.
    3. 에 익숙해 있다
      1. 나는 내핍생활에 익숙해 있다
      2. I am used to be tighten my belt in my life.
      3. 저는 이런 일에 익숙합니다.
      4. I am used to doing this kind of work.
  8. Wear jeans
    1. Jeans tragen
      1. Mädchen können kurze Jeans tragen und ihr Haar kurz schneiden,
      2. Girls can wear jeans and cut their hair short…
    2. 청바지를 입다
      1. 우리는 직장에서 청바지를 입으면 안 된다.
      2. We can’t wear jeans at work.
      3. 다른 사람들은 청바지 입는 것을 좋아해.
      4. Other people like to wear jeans.
  9. It is okay
    1. Es ist in Ordnung
    2. Es ist okay
      1. Es ist okay, wenn l bleiben und beobachten?
      2. It is okay if I stay and watch?
    3. 괜찮다
      1. 나는 현실이 그 드라마에서 중요하니까 괜찮다고 생각해.
      2. I think it is okay because reality matters in the drama.
  10. Spicy food
    1. Scharfes Essen
      1. Ich mag nicht mal scharfes Essen.
      2. I don’t even like spicy food.
    2. 매운 음식
      1. 저는 매운 음식 먹는데 익숙합니다.
      2. I’m used to eating spicy food.
  11. Unlike
    1. im Gegensatz zu
      1. Im Gegensatz zu dieser arme Kerl, sind ihre Behandlungen abrechenbar.
      2. Unlike this poor fellow, their treatments are billable.
    2. ①…와 다른 ②…와는 달리 ③서로 다른
      1. Music is quite unlike any other art form.
      2. 음악은 다른 어떤 예술 형태와도 상당히 다르다.
    3. …답지 않은
      1. It’s very unlike him to be so late.
      2. 그렇게 늦는 것은 너무 그답지 않다.
  12. for a good reason
    1. aus gutem Grund
      1. Wir werden dies aus gutem Grund selbstverständlich ebenfalls tun.
      2. We will of course vote against ourselves, for a good reason.
    2. 좋은 이유로
      1. 가끔씩 사람들은 정당한 이유로 인해 불평을 한다.
      2. Sometimes, people complain for a good reason.