"put on" means "신다" in Korean.

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Pronunciation shin-tta
meaning put on
"put on" is "신다"(shin-tta) in Korean.
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Korean(Pronunciation) Meaning
김칫국부터 마신다, 早合点する Run before one's horse to market, get ahead of oneself.
신발을 신다, 靴をはく put on one's shoes
군화를 거꾸로 신다 After you have demobilized, and tell her goodbye
양말을 신다(kutsushita-wo-haku) put on one's socks
구두를 신다(kutsu-wo-haku) put on one's shoes
고무신을 거꾸로 신다, 恋愛相手を乗り換える Without wait for a boyfriend who went to the army, that mingle with other men.
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