What is the difference between 저편 and 저쪽?
편 means side and if i'm not wrong 쪽 means way
Why we added eu reo
I think 으로 here means "in" or "towards"
I remember that it is a termination that has to be added if you want to specify a direction
Would 저는 그쪽으로 갑니다 be correct??
그편에 was listed under the mouseover for "in that direction" as well, but it was wrong.
Could "저는 저편에 갑니다" be also correct?
No, because 에 carries the notion that something static is happening in the location, rather than the idea of movement. When looking for a korean word meaning "to", you should use 에게 or 으로 .
If you wanted to say, "I am going in that direction," using it as a near future, what tense would you use?
Near future would be "I'm going to go" and no idea what that would be in Korean.