좋은 냄새가 나다: to smell good or literally to exude a good smell
Thank you Kevin. This one confused me a bit
It literally means.
'The good smell is coming from the woman'
What does 여게 mean? I thought it is "the smell that is good for women" (the smell women like).
Is -에게 always used in place of 은/는/이/가 when talking about an object's smell?
Same doubt here, why not에게서?
Had the same doubt. As per this blog, the 서 can be omitted if you are comfortable with understanding the context.
에게 could be either to or from. In this case it's from.