FYI salt (sodium chloride) is an essential nutrient for humans); like everything else, there is a minimal requirement, optimal level, and a toxic level. Not all table salt needs to have iodine added to it; Koreans eat large amounts of seaweed which is high in iodine and many have thyroid problems due to hyperiodinism.
Can 짠 음식은 우리에게 안 좋습니다 also mean "For us, we do not like salty food." Or does 좋아 not only mean "to like" but also "good" (as in when you're describing something) ?
What my family says with spicy food but I just ignore them and eat my extra large bag of takis and hot fries, with some flamin' hot cheetos in there.
I said "bad for us" but that reponse was not accepted. Apparently must say "not good for us"
Because it's grammatically wrong.. Salty foods are not good for us should be right answer..