"사과가 위에서 떨어져요."
Translation:The apple falls from above.
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OK. That falls in the "exception that proves the rule" category, I think. There exists a set phrase where "above" nominalizes, but even there I would argue that there's some sort of implicit noun like "all of the (options) above" even if "above" is filling the surface noun slot.