Korean Grammar N 만에 – After, in, at the end of 

 April 9, 2022

By  Smriti

Today we'll be looking at the usage of "N 만에" Korean grammar point with some examples.

Usage :

This grammar pattern is used to refer to the first time after a period of time or after an event/occasion happened. 

It is used to indicate the amount of time passed after an event started.

Conjugation rule :

It is attached after Noun and can be conjugated in 만에 or 만이다. Using either of the conjugations won't change the meaning. 

Like for example. :

1달만에 - In 1 month. 

3년만이다 - In 3 years. 

1) It’s been a long time! 


2) The hottest day in 10 years.

10년 만에 온 가장 더운 날이다

3) It's been a year since I've had Korean convenience store food.  

한국 편의점 음식을 먹는 것이 1년 만이다

4) Yeobin came back after an hour.

여빈 한 시간 만에 돌아왔어요

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