So 이 means "this" and 그 means "that" and 저 means "that.. over there."
And you put this word "쪽" means "way" to complete your phrase or any word fit this kind of sentences
Agreed, my confusion seems to be growing each session -head thunk-
My confusion with 여기, 이쪽; 거기, 그쪽; 저쪽, 자기 only grows.
This is like the hardest thing yet for me for some reason
Doesn't "that way" also mean 저쪽?
@SuYeon - its "That way over there"... much further away from just that way.
겁나 햇갈림 ㅎ
It would be more useful to just learn this way and that way, and then to practice using those with various buildings.
Tkkers call joker 그쪽
How are these words pronounced?