It is difficult to select a missing word when the question only says '.........' and there is no audio
So there are two words for vegetable? 야채 and 채소? Any difference? Does one mean cooked vegetables only like 밥?
야채 and 채소 have almost the same meaning, except "야" in 야채 means the field, yard, wild. 채소 means vegetables in general. But native koreans dont distinguish the use of these two words.
Interestingly, there is the word 입채소 (leaf vegetables like cabbage, lettuce, spinach, and sesame leaves) in the Naver dictionary, but not the word 입야채. However, as okottacat points out, 야재 and 채소 are cited as synonyms.
please fix this question! there is no question and just two options without context!
It's been like this for over a month. Seems strange, as they've responded much more quickly to other notices. The same or a similar question comes up later, so you should be able to get it from memory the 2nd time through. Or you could be like LiKenun and guess it, beating the odds.