"The student is not cool."
So...so far what I've been understanding is that 멋 is "cool" or "good" and then 재말 is "fun" or "interesting". Am I right???
맛 is for good taste, used with food. 멋 is for cool/nice, used for objects.
Can somebody explain what's the difference between "haksaengeun" and "haksaengi"? Which one is correct?
I keep seeing people say that 이 is used for more emphasis and usually only when the topic is first introduced. This would lead me to believe that this is the first time we've heard about this student, or the first time they've been discussed between us.