[Learn Real Korean] Korean expressions used when expressing reviews of movies or books

Hello? I’m Sam Huh.
, I’m going to talk about various expressions that can be used to talk about
my feelings after watching a movie or a book.
We use the expression ‘appreciation’ to describe my feelings after reading the movie or book.
We’re going to study a variety of expressions that can be used to express my impressions after watching and what feelings after reading a book.
In the beginner class, after watching a movie, ‘How was the movie?’
If the teacher asks like this, you have no choice but to say, “It was fun”, “I was sad,” “I was scared,” and “I wasn’t fun.” Because I don’t know words.
But now we can use a number of different expressions in Intermediate class
so today, we’re going to learn the expressions that can be used in the review of movies or books
the first, you should know the word ‘scene’
‘A scene from the movie’ When you say this, that means a scene of the movie
So, ‘What’s the most memorable scene?’
If you say this, which scene is the most in my memory?
If you say’ memorable + scene’,
what’s the most memorable scene?
You can express like this
If you can’t think of

the word ‘scene’, you can just use the expression ‘part’.
What’s the most memorable part? where is it?
It’s okay to express it like this.
And there’s an expression ‘impressive’ as a word similar to ‘remain in memory’. Impressive.
The scene is the most memorable and when I think about the movie, that scene was the best!!
When you want to say this, you can use the expression “I am impressed.”
What was the most impressive scene in the movie?
When you say this, you can use the expression ‘impressive’, and as a frequently used expression, there is also the expression ‘감동적이다’.
The word ‘감동’ means there’re so many feelings that it moves my heart.
After watching the movie, I felt sad,
or wow, this movie is really amazing. like this,
uses the expression ‘I am impressed’.
Because the meaning of ‘감동적이다’ and ‘감동하다’ is similar,
so there are many cases where students make mistakes when writing.
For example, if you say ‘I was really impressed with this movie (x)’, it is wrong
and When I say how about this movie.
you can express like this,
“This movie is it’s really inspiring(touching)”
and also ‘some scenes of the movie was very touching’
you can say this
so the expression ‘감동하다’ means ‘I felt that’
for example, a friend suddenly give me a gift so I was really impressed
In this case, we use ‘감동하다’
when you say ‘my feeling becomes ~’, we use ‘감동하다’
‘the movie, the book is impressive’
we use ‘감동적이다’
Next, for example, what is in the movie or the actors look like real
I feel like I’m really next to them
It feels like the real, I’m in the movie
In that case, we use the expression ‘realistic’
The expressions in this movie were really real
It was so real that it was fun
we often use the expression ‘실감나다’ like this.
The realistic acting of the actors was impressive.
Also, some parts of the movie are not fun. It’s a slow feeling.
A word used when doing that is “boring”.
The expression ‘boring’ can be used in movies or anywhere.
If the class is not very fun,
then you can use ‘it is boring’, and the movie is boring, too boring.
‘Some parts were too boring. ‘
It can also be expressed like this
As a more difficult expression of ‘boring’, there’s a word ‘immersion’ : to focus on the movie
The feeling of entering there
that we use the expression ‘immerse’ and
the feeling we call the expression ‘immersion’.
When the feeling of immersion is getting more and more weaken like this, we use
the expression ‘몰입감이 떨어지다’
The beginning of the movie was fun, but the second half of the movie was less immersive.
As you get more bored, you can use ‘I have less immersion’ as the expression ‘I can’t concentrate well’.
Also, there is an expression that Koreans use well,
‘to be creepy’. Have you ever heard of us saying “goosebumps”?
It’s too scary or sudden cold or it turned like this, using the word ‘creepy’
when you feel too scary, or when too impressed
Or when the ending of the movie be too unexpected information
feel so surprised,
We can use the expression “to be creepy”
So, for example, “I didn’t know that person would say that in the last scene.”
It was really creepy.
You can say, “소름끼쳤어”.
And in the case of movies, actors How well are you acting?
That’ll be a topic where you can talk
the actors are so good at acting, or bad
actors performances were good or not
we can say this
acting was really good.
You can say that ‘the actor is really good at acting’
when you want to talk about acting in detail
we use the word ‘expression’ to laugh, cry, get angry, and so on when we
want to talk in detail about acting. use the word ‘표정(Expression)’
I felt like real the actor’s acting on the face.
You can say this,
for example, what the actors
say in a movie, we use the word ‘script, line’.
So, ‘Each one of his lines was really cool.’
I liked the line. the line was impressed.
you might say this,
and the actor’s eye is one of the most important parts of the performance
People who can express their emotions with just their eyes are really good at acting.
anything without a word, Those actors who show all these feelings of sadness and angry feelings are really talented people
We use the expression ‘눈빛’ to show things with eyes.
So, ‘I can feel that person just by looking in his eyes.’
this is the ‘눈빛”s meaning when you say like this
that the eyes performance of the actors
eyes performance of the actor was awesome
we learned the various expressions that can be used when watching a movie or book,
These are expressions that are a bit difficult to learn from textbooks because they are not often used in daily life
But those who like things like movie reviews will probably have heard of them often.
from today, rather than saying, ‘That movie was fun.’ It wasn’t fun, it was so scary.’
try to say a little more detail about how was the actor is acting
some scenes of the movie was impressive,
It’ll be good to practice a lot to speak like Korean, with advanced expressions
today here and we’ll see you on the next video

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