들어오다 – A Visual Map of verbs related to “Come In”

KDA Class 14 is about “o” verbs. 들어오다 is made up of two verbs – 들다 (“to enter”) and 오다 “to come”).  I suspect that most of the verbs in Class 14 are related to one another.  들어오다 means “to come in”.

come_in visual connections

Verbs related to “Come In”

나오다 (to come out)

집에 들어오다 (come into the house)
방에 들어오다 (come into the room)
학교로 들어오다 (come into school)
서울로 들어오다 (come in Seoul)
일찍 들어오다 (come early)
빠르게 들어오다 (come in fast)

놓다 (to place)

나가다 (to go out) antonym

들어가다 (to go into)

가다 (to go) antonym of come

지나가다 (to pass)

하다 (to do)
이다 (to be)
있다 (to exist)

Wiktionary entry for 들어오다 .

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