그 티셔츠 새로 샀어요? 처음 봐요.
Did you buy the t-shirt? It’s the first time I see you wearing it.
친구가 준 선물인데 아주 마음에 들어요.
It is a gift from my friend and I like it a lot.
정말 예쁘네요. 잘 어울려요.
It’s really pretty. It looks good on you.
고마워요. 편해서 좋아요.
Thank you. It’s good because it’s comfortable.
It is used to first introduce or present the noun in the preceding and then add explanation in the latter clause about the preceding noun.
여기는 제가 자주 오는 식당인데 음식이 맛있고 서비스도 좋아요.
Here is a restaurant that I often come to. And the food is delicious and the service is good.
이것은 한국 과자인데 아이들이 잘 먹어요.
These are Korean cookies and my kids like to eat them.
저 사람은 제 회사 동료인데 아주 부지런합니다.
That person is my colleague from the company and he is very diligent.
티셔츠 a t-shirt
편하다 to be comfortable
과자 a cookie
부지런하다 to be diligent