In Canada, they often add at the end of a sentence, eh? It is to get agreement. The weather is cold today, eh?
In America, we would say: The weather is cold today, isn’t it?
In Korea, you say 오늘 날씨 춥지요?
Another example. It’s nice, eh? It’s nice, isn’t it? 좋죠?
My KoreanDigitalAcademy teacher Rob Julien is Canadian. He explains the -지 attachment on the end of a verb. It is a quick lesson, so if you are curious what my online lectures are like, check it out. I love how he explains things simply.
TTMIK’s Hyunwoo Sun (선현우) explains -지요 in Level 4 Lesson 4.