Achieving Results 'By Way Of' A Process In Korean (을/를 통해(서))

The pattern N+을/를 통해(서) in Korean is used to illustrate how something is achieved or accomplished through or by means of an object or process.

This object or process, represented by the noun, can be either tangible or intangible.

Grammar Rule: N+을/를 통해(서)

Examples of 을/를 통해(서) in use

두 언어의 문법과 단어가 비슷하니까 미래에 한국어를 통해 일본어를 배우려고 해요.
Since the grammar and words of the two languages are similar, I intend to learn Japanese through Korean in the future.
많은 한국어를 공부하는 사람은 처음에 드라마나 K-팝을 통해 한국어를 배워요.
Many Korean learners first learn Korean through dramas or K-pop.
동료를 통해 상사의 사생활에 대한 소문이 퍼졌어요.
A colleague spread rumours about the boss's private life.
도둑이 창문을 통해 방을 빠져 나갔어요.
The thief got out of the room through the window.
인터넷을 통해 우리가 처음 만났어요.
We first met through the internet.
대학교 동아리들을 통해 친구를 많이 만나게 되었어요.
I ended up making a lot of friends through university clubs.
근면을 통해서만 인생의 목표를 달성할 수 있어요.
You can only achieve your life's goals through hard work.
우리는 모두 경험을 통해 배워요.
We all learn through experience.
라디오 방송을 통해 그 밴드의 새 앨범에 대해 들었어요.
I heard about the band's new album on the radio.
친구를 통해 그 사람을 소개 받았어요.
I was introduced to him through a friend.
모집자를 통해 한국에서 처음으로 교사직을 구했어요.
I got my first job as a teacher in Korea through recruiters.
'마리코리아 TV'의 유튜브 동영상들을 통해 한국과 일본 문화에 배워요.
I learn about Korean and Japanese culture through YouTube videos by 'Marikorea TV'.


Mastering the 을/를 통해(서) structure offers learners the ability to express actions, outcomes, or achievements stemming from a specific medium or process.

This grammar point enriches the context and clarity of conversations, allowing speakers to convey detailed connections between actions and results.

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