트로피들로 박이 가윽해~ (this song was actually playing when I read your comment. Weird.)
blah blah blah in korean How you think bout that? How you think bout that?!!
i'm sorry but i'm trash for BTS and i'm just repeating in my head "D I D Y O U S E E M Y B A G? D I D Y O U S E E M Y B A G?"
Why not "My bag is as big as that"?
DID YOU SEE MY BAG DID YOU SEE MY BAG ITS RLLY TROPHIES AND ITS RLLY THICK WACHA THINk BOUT THAT WACHA THINK BOUT THAT I BET IT MADE MY HATERS RLLY SICK B)
Why though? Actually our comments are pretty useless so I see your point.
You're an NCTzen? I don't have any NCTzen fans. I'm the only K-Pop fan in my friend group. I'm getting off topic. I apologize. I was originally going to make a joke but I forgot it...
yes i am an NCTZEN N - trying C - to T - learn Z- korean E - without N - seeing a million comments of the same useless BTS lyric while im trying to get legitimate help
follow me on twitter @johnnytens for mediocre nct content
If you're speaking using 저 then the 저 would probably be interpreted more as "me". So I would hear that as "My bag is as big as me."
I wrote 'my bag is big by that much' but I guess 'my bag is that big' makes more sense.
In this sentence (I would assume), 저만큼 and 그만큼 are probably interchangeable since we don't really know the context of the sentence. We don't know the context as in, we don't know if the speaker is using another object to show the size of his bag (think of comparing? Like "My bag is as big as that" with "that" being a car you are pointing at.) If the speaker is comparing then I believe you'd used 저만큼. If not, and you are perhaps...pretending to measure with your hands or referencing a measurement unit (Someone says their hand is 10 cm wide, then you would use ...그만큼... instead of 저만큼, since you aren't comparing two objects.), then you would use 그만큼.
Aside from that somewhat ambiguous difference, 저만큼 can also be used to say "to that extent", where 그만큼 is generally not used in that case. There is an example in this lesson that says that "I speak Korean to that extent" or something (in this case, indicating your limit for a certain skill aka. speaking Korean).
Gonna need a mod to expand and verify this information.