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오래된 시골 마을에 착한 농부가 살고 있었다. 그는 아직 결혼하지 않은 채 혼자 생활하고 있었다.
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Nothing more

there is nothing else, it is the only one.
Used when there is nothing more than the content of the preceding statement or when it is the only one.
  • 하루 종일 먹은 김밥 이라서 너무 배가 고파요.
    I'm so hungry because I only ate a piece of kimbap all day.
  • 내가 가진 것은 이에요.
    I only have a thousand won.

N+만 vs N+뿐 vs N+밖에

만 (Limitation)

Is a limitation and is a neutral term and does not imply a negative or positive connotation.

뿐 (Nothing more)

Only one, no other choice. Emphasis exclusiveness.

밖에 (Exclusion)

Might express a lack or insufficiency of something, paired with negative verbs.

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