Agreed, my confusion seems to be growing each session -head thunk-
This is like the hardest thing yet for me for some reason
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
My confusion with 여기, 이쪽; 거기, 그쪽; 저쪽, 자기 only grows.
Doesn't "that way" also mean 저쪽?
@SuYeon - its "That way over there"... much further away from just that way.